Yup, that's the best way to do it. just be sure to keep an eye on the fuel guage: you don't want to run the fuel pump dry for too long.evo3turbo said:A way we do it at the Honda dealership I work at is find the fuel pump relay, pull out the relay and insert a jumper wire to make the fuel pump turn on whenever the key is on and disconnect the fuel line, and simply turn on the key. I'm almost positive this should work for our cars as well. obviously all you will need is to have a schematic to know which wires to jump. The fuel pump will do all the work itself and pump the gas right out.