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Old 04-07-2014, 05:52 PM   #1
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My gm votec FW 31f has been sitting since niovember.I dont want to dry start it.Id like to crankit a few minutes to get oil pressure b4 she starts up but i dont know if removing the hi voltage coil wire( if it has one) will work as it has electronic ignition.What do others do?
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If you're worried about it, start it with your foot off the gas and as soon as it starts switch the key off. You could pull the plugs and squirt in a little marvel mystery oil in each cylinder then turn it over without any compression at all. Don't forget the generator.
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Find the fuse or relay for the fuel pump and pull it.
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