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so i went to auto-zone and got myself a $10 fix to my fuel cut off problem. here it is!











big money :$:
 

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hey no spark, Your truck looks identical to my first gen, wish I still had it.
 

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LOL i just noticed that
 

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im confused. what does this do?
 

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im confused. what does this do?
when you tweak the pump up it blows the fuel cut solenoid up and will keep doing it. this is a manual over ride and is fail safe (i think) instead of always having to replace the part you just do it yourself
 

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where is the fuel cut solenoid and what does it do?
 

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think mine just died turned my key off and engine kept runing? so i poped the hood and pushed the lever to see if it would shut down and it did so should i replace solenoid? anyone know if it can be picked up at a regular car parts store? (i doubt it) or should i just hook up a manual shut off cable????
 

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think mine just died turned my key off and engine kept runing? so i poped the hood and pushed the lever to see if it would shut down and it did so should i replace solenoid? anyone know if it can be picked up at a regular car parts store? (i doubt it) or should i just hook up a manual shut off cable????
yeah you should hook up a cable because your just going to keep blowing up solenoids and wasting money. its a little wierd to get use to but after acouple days it becomes the norm:thumbsup
 

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yeah you should hook up a cable because your just going to keep blowing up solenoids and wasting money. its a little wierd to get use to but after acouple days it becomes the norm:thumbsup
Nowadays I end up popping the hood on my Toyota trying to turn the engine off. :lol3:
 
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