I have a 2004 mustang . Car won't start. New battery,starter turns,and I have about 2 gallons gas.

Asked by Dec 25, 2013 at 05:59 PM about the 2004 Ford Mustang GT

Question type: Maintenance & Repair

I m wondering if there is a fuel cutoff switch or is the fuel pump shot

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Okay, yes Ford's, the '04 Mustang included do have an inertia switch to cut fuel supply to reduce the risk of fire in the event of a crash, anything enough to deploy air bags will set it off. It always has a red re-set button and they are in different places,,,the Mustang often in the trunk. The shut off valve and re-set are not necessarily in the same place.

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2 gallons of gas, if there is really that much in the tank will start the car

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