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Hey all - I'm going to start her tomorrow! She's been down for over a year but the time has come. Any last minute advise on how to proceed.

My thoughts were to pull the EFI fuse, disconnect the coil pack, turn it over to get the oil pumping, reconnect the coil pack and EFI, turn the key and pray a little.
 

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Disconnect the cps and ignitor, and crank until you see some oil pressure on the gauge. Then hook them up and fire it up. Remember to change the oil after it's been running for 45min to an hour.
 

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make sure you have everything back in like 20 times. I would start it with no coolant so incase you have a leaky hose or need to take a coolant hose off because you forgot to do something you dont have a big mess. When it starts and no leaks or anything...put in the coolant! You can run the car for like 5 minutes before you really need the coolant
 
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Sounds like good advise NegGForce - I was just about to fill 'er up!

Thanks to JonoT as well.
 

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when your priming the system, take off the oil cap and look to see that oil has reached the camshafts, and then your good to go.
 
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