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Re: Dry engine priming.

> I RECALL a thread about priming a dry engine approximately 1-2 months ago
> and saw some pretty creative solutions.  Here's one that I read that seems
> to be the best that I could find...

I'll go you one better: if you've got a 4-cyl. engine, give call Techtonics
Tuning and buy one of their custom tools for $5 or so.  I haven't had to do
this on a 5-cyl. motor yet so I don't know if it works on it as well...

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