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Old 05-20-2011, 08:28 PM   #1
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2000 Pace Arrow fuel cut-off switch

Can anyone advise the location of the fuel cut-off switch for a 2000 Pace Arrow Vision 36Z? On the aircleaner canister at says to refer to the owners manual, did not get one. It is a Ford v-10 gas 1999 chassis. Thanks.

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Old 05-20-2011, 09:36 PM   #2
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Near your toes on your right foot when you step on the gas.

Not sure on your '00, but starting in at least '03 (the manual I'm looking at), there's a light on the dash that lights if the switch is tripped.


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Old 05-21-2011, 07:27 AM   #3
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Can anyone advise the location of the fuel cut-off switch for a 2000 Pace Arrow Vision 36Z? On the aircleaner canister at says to refer to the owners manual, did not get one. It is a Ford v-10 gas 1999 chassis. Thanks.
It is located on the steering wheel support column on the right side by your knee. It is behind the support, so you can feel it but can only see it with a flashlight and mirror. It feels like a button that sticks out when tripped. The reset is supposed to trip when you have a wreck to shut off the fuel flow. In a few cases they have tripped when hitting a big bump or when realeasing the park brake. You should know where it is, in case this ever happens to you.
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