Question about Cadillac Cars & Trucks
No , Cadillac's do not have a fuel cut off switch , not like ford with inertia fuel shut off switch . GM vehicles have fuel pump relay , located in the under hood fuse box , in most case's . What model Cadillac do you have ? The PCM/ECM - engine computer energizes the fuel pump relay by supplying battery voltage to the control side (coil) of the relay , closing the contacts inside sending battery voltage to the fuel pump. The computer won't energize the relay if it doesn't see a input from the crankshaft position sensor .
All GM products have this same way of controlling the fuel pump. Watch this video on how to test the relay an electrical circuit.
Posted on Jan 22, 2019
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Posted on Jan 02, 2017
I don't know the Suzuki but hopefully I can point you to where most vehicles put the switch so you can get rolling again......
Inside the back near the hatch on either side you should have removable panels. Check inside both of them and hopefully you will see it. On most vehicles it is on the passenger side.
Posted on Feb 24, 2011
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Posted on Jan 11, 2016
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