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My '91 GT turns over, but the engine gets no fuel. I have checked the fuses, and they are fine. When I turn on the key (without starting it) I do not hear the fuel pump turn on. I am holding off taking it in as a last resort. I have heard of the emergency shutoff on the fuel pump being set off by slamming the hatch, and the solution was to hit the fuel reset button. Is there a fuel reset button, and--if so--where can I find it?
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Yes there is a fuel pump switch, it is in the trunk. Should be near the left trunk lid hinge, if it's a 2 door, or under the trunk latch on 3 door(Hatchback), or in the spare tire well.
Hope this helps.
with the fuses in check each side of the fuse while it is in the box..because i made the mistake of only checking on side of the banking and the test like cam on everytime..i didnt check the other side where it had to flow to..and i had this same problem and sure enough when i checked it again the test light didnt light up on both sides of the fuse teeth and i took it out and there was a very small crack in it..so i had a bad fuse and the same thing your desctribing
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