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Berlingo van 05 Fuel cut off.
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I still have a problem of no fuel out of pump I have been told there is a fuel cut off switch but can't seem to find it (red button?) Are diesels fitted with one? and if so are they fitted to 05 models? and where is it located?

Thanks to any one out there that can help

Tony
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Hi, Tony. My understanding is that the fuel cut-off switch is only fitted to petrol engine models.
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In my petrol M59 installed cut-off switch.
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My '05 C15 had the 1.9D -I diverted the terminal connections on the Lucas fuel pump and ran wires to a secret switch in the cab to create an immobiliser.(Very easy to do btw) if you cannot find your switch then this info might help with a solution.
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