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Old 03-10-2009, 09:56 PM
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So i finally got all the stuff i need to switch it over. Now my only problem is the wiring. I am not very good when it comes to complicated wiring like using relays and crap. Does anyone on here have a good wiring diagram of how you wire the whole electric fuel system up?

Im using a stock SD pump and no fuel heater as it doesnt get that cold were i am.

A diagram would be great but anyone that can explain it would also help

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-Steve
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Old 03-11-2009, 09:21 AM
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Best thing I can say is have an IGN on source going through an oil pressure switch to one side of the relay control circuit, then on the other side of the relay control circuit have that going through an Inertia switch to ground.

Other than that you just need to run BATT + to one side of the relay Power circuit and run the other side out to the + side of the pump. I suggest running the pump's ground straight to the battery post.

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Well i have the Holley Fuel Pump Relay kit. So here is the wiring diagram it came with. Where at in here do i tap into it to put the 2 switches? or do i need a different relay to do all that?

http://www.holley.com/data/Products/.../199R10059.pdf

Anymore info on the wiring would be great guys

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Old 03-12-2009, 08:04 AM
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Put one in the Green/Black wire that is your Switched 12V and the other can go in the Black(Ground) wire from the relay. It doesn't matter which goes where they are both Open/Close switches.

That shows a 15A fuse for the pump power circuit, depending on what pump you are using, you might want to use a 30A or 40A instead.

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Yes i replaced the fuse with a 30 amp fuse. Im using a stock superduty pump. Thanks for all your help. I drew me up a little diagram so i hope its right. If i dont forget ill scan it and post it to see if its right tomorrow.

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