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Thread: Holley HP EFI fuel pump control.

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    Default Holley HP EFI fuel pump control.

    I'm wondering if there's a way to control the settings on the output of the green fuel pump control like we can control the other 4 outputs. Reason being, is I really want it to shut fuel pump off if there's no oil pressure and I'd like to do this without using one of my other outputs. Thanks.

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    (Please proofread your writing before posting.)
    There are many more threads about this, so do a search. Here's one of the better ones: https://forums.holley.com/showthread...1752#post71752 (Related Forum Post)
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    Thanks I've seen a few, but never saw a direct answer to if we could setup that as a controlled output like the others. I wish they would change that so we could, it'd be so nice, don't think it'd be that hard since they have the template and all. I was looking for it as more of a safety for accident so I'm not pumping fuel if something happens.

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    The ECU automatically shuts off the fuel pump if the RPM signal is lost.

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    Thanks for your help. I didn't see that in the manual.

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    You're welcome.

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