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Old 09-05-2010
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Has anybody else unplugged the "Safety Switch" under the dash on the passenger side?

I was driving to a fire call with a guy putting on his gear in the passenger seat of my 2003 Ranger and all of the sudden my truck shuts off and wont crank. Has Anybody else done this? Is there any solutions to make it stay plugged up?
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Ive had so many problems with that darn fuel cut off switch it's annoying. I cut the two wires coming out from the box and spliced them together, haven't had any problems since and that was 2 years ago.
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^ sounds like that would fix it
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