wonderful. I bought the switch from autozone.
it has only one wire connection.
it is not by the oil filter.
why won't the fuel pump stop running after I turn off the ignition?
I was told, the fuel pump is started through the switch,
through the fuel pump relay housed in the fuse box on the passenger side of the car,
i replaced the relay and the problem continued.
I also researched and found....after the motor begins running, the fuel pump is kept running by the oil pressure cut off switch which is wired from the relay....it is one wire leading out to the switch which is installed somewhere above the oil filter and I think I will have to remove the power steering pump in order to access it.
what I wanted from you was the location of this switch
and to solve the problem of the fuel pump that won't shut off when you turn the ignition off.
yet you are saying this switch does not exist. it exists on my wiring diageram in my haynes and on a diagram sent by another one of your experts.
from all my research, it is a mystery switch that exists....