How can i tell if my feul cut off switch clicked up because my car wont start and it has gas in it its turning over just wont crank

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Asked by Feb 16, 2015 at 06:26 PM about the 2004 Mercury Sable LS

Question type: Maintenance & Repair

How can i tell if the switch popped up

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I see switch and i thought i pressed it but it was down allrrady plus it showed red and it seemed to be down already.could it by chance b the feul pump

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If you cannot push down or turn on the switch, it is most likely not turned off. When you turn the ignition key to NO, do you hear any kind of click and or humming sound in the car? You should hear the fuel pump running. If you don't hear the fuel pump hum, start checking for a blown fuse.

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