Fuel Cut-off Switch Clicking

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  1. MehakGT

    MehakGT Founding Member

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    I was jacking up my car today to store it away in the garage. Raised the front end first, and than the back. After I had lowered the rear end down onto the jack stands, the fuel cut-off switch started clicking rapidly. Resetting it did nothing, but after a few minutes it stopped.

    Was this just because of the angle the car was at while I was putting it up on stands?

    Thanks.
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  2. Black70Fastback

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    i would doubt taht. i mean what if you were driving up a hill at that angle.
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  3. MehakGT

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    I couldn't figure it out.
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    <marquee direction=left> hmm</marquee>
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  5. Black70Fastback

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    i would put my bet on the switch itself being bad but wouldnt know quite how to check it. has it ever done it before or since?
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