I missed a couple questions There is no voltage at the solenoid S and I terminals with the key in the run position. The Tach is disconnected
Couple of questions I missed Should I pump gas into into a jug to measure ? how do I hotwire it? jump from bat to coil?My grandson is in the Navy and was here for a few days even tho we didn't get it running he did a great job of building the exhaust system I think it sounds great and it was fun working with him. To complicate matters this fuse panel has a kill switch I have no idea which position is on or off I will call quick wire. I tried both positions didn't seem to make a difference. As far as the Ford solenoid I may have been brainwashed on that. It makes a good junction block and makes a good place to hook up remote any way this what I have .Pink wire from I side of solenoid to + side of coil pink goes from + coil to fuse panel black wire from dist. to neg. side of coil red dist. wire goes to + side of coil. On the solenoid the only wire on the I side is the pink wire going to the +coil. yellow goes down to the solenoid purple to neutral safety switch when the engine is cranking there is 12v power on the i terminal. When the key is in he run position there is no power to s or i on the solenoid.
This is a new mechanical fuel pump No power at the coil with the key in run positionSo, will the engine start immediately after it dies? Is fuel pump electric or mechanical?
And you said after it dies, there is still 12volts on the coil + terminal, right?