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I Was told I should just jump right in and start my car after I install it. Do I need to pour oil into the turbo or remove wire on coil and turn engine over a few times to get the oil pump in. What are your thoughts.
 

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I disconnected fuel pump and coil to prime...I think priming is highly recommended and no more trouble than it is, why not go ahead and do it especially with the investment you've made.


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Where did u disconnect the fuel pump from. Can I just pull the fuse in the fuse box that controls it or. That a bad idea
 

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What about unplugging the inertia switch. Because I couldn't find a fuse and the wires to fuel pump can't really reach
 

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I didn't disconnect anything. I unplugged the inertia switch so every time I turn it over its not dumping fuel I to the car.

Btw after three months. Well a total of 9 months not being able to even hear my car it fired up. And u got to love the open down pipe inside your garage. So loud. T
 

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