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I own two "older" models a 1993 LS 350 and a 1995 LS 400 and the 1995 has somehow had the automatic shut off switch activated. My neighbor advised me that it could have been tripped by my remote when the alarm was accidentally set off by my nine year old. My problem is that I have no idea where it is located in order to de-activate it. Now my vehicle will not start and I have no clue as to what needs to be done next :tomato:

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I own two "older" models a 1993 LS 350 and a 1995 LS 400 and the 1995 has somehow had the automatic shut off switch activated. My neighbor advised me that it could have been tripped by my remote when the alarm was accidentally set off by my nine year old. My problem is that I have no idea where it is located in order to de-activate it. Now my vehicle will not start and I have no clue as to what needs to be done next :tomato:

I would post your question on the LS Forum rather than this one.

Good Luck

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I tripped mine on my 99 Mark 4 LS a couple of years ago. If I remember correctly, the cut off switch is in the boot (trunk) on the drivers side, alongside the Sat Nav unit.

Obviously your Mark3 doesn't have Sat Nav but I' pretty sure the reset button will be in the same place.

I dont know if there's a difference in yours, as I'm presuming you are LHD.

Keep searching, it's in there somewhere.

Good Luck. Graham.

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