WARNING
If your vehicle has been involved in a crash, have the fuel system checked. Failure to follow this instruction could result in fire, personal injury or death.

Note:  When you try to restart your vehicle after a fuel shutoff, the vehicle makes sure that various systems are safe to restart.Once the vehicle determines the systems are safe, then the vehicle allows you to restart.
Note:  In the event that your vehicle does not restart after your third attempt, contact a qualified technician.
The fuel pump shutoff stops the flow of fuel to the engine in the event of a moderate to severe crash.Not every impact causes a shutoff.
Should your vehicle shut off after a crash, you may restart your vehicle.
If your vehicle has a key system:
  • Switch off the vehicle.
  • Switch on the vehicle.
  • Check the information display for the Ready to Drive light as the gasoline engine may not start, but the electric motor may be running. If you do not see the Ready to Drive light, repeat Steps 1 and 2 up to two more times.
If your vehicle has a push button start system:
  • Press START/STOP to switch off your vehicle.
  • Press the brake pedal and START/STOP to switch on your vehicle.
  • Check the information display for the Ready to Drive light as the gasoline engine may not start, but the electric motor may be running. If you do not see the Ready to Drive light, repeat Steps 1 and 2 up to two more times.