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ayglass ayglass is offline
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Join Date: Aug 2006
Location: Cleveland, Georgia
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If you pull the switch connection loose at the top of the injection housing (where the paddle and fuel distributor lives) then the pumps will run when the ignition is on. This switch turns them off if the engine stalls, but the key is on. This keeps the pumps from running after an accident. Normally, the pumps come on with the ignition key gets to the "start" position and the air passing the paddle after start trips this switch to keep the pumps on. I have pulled the plug off when the yellow overboost relay was acting up and the car wasn't starting due to no fuel pumps. When that connection is open, you get pumps with ignition all the time.
Andy Glass
'86 930 Kokeln IC, K27-7200, SC cams, GHL headers, Fabspeed muffler, Short R&P , misc other mistakes made...
Old 10-30-2007, 07:15 AM
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