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Old 06-19-2013, 06:46 AM
BleedingGreen BleedingGreen is offline
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Oh and to answer your question, in theory yes you could bypass the fuel solenoid. Either remove the plunger from the fuel solenoid or if you had a safe way to block the opening where the fuel solenoid would be if you removed it (not recommended) . All the fuel solenoid does is prevent fuel from flowing while shutting the engine down to prevent backfiring while the engine is still turning but the ignition is off since the created vacuum is pulling fuel.

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