Would that be simple and inexpensive? To be honest I don't even know what that is. I don't want anything fancy, just a delay so the electric oil pump runs for a few seconds after shutting the engine off.Originally posted by mozikluv@Aug 16 2005, 02:27 AM
have you considered using a monostable timer? it's just a matter of synchronizing your engine shut off and turning on your timer for your desired time.
hi tree,Originally posted by treewhacker@Aug 17 2005, 12:20 AM
How about it? Anyone willing to help?
A cheap and reliable way is to use a driving light relay the conacts to turn on the pump. The contacts will need there own power feed so they do not go throught the ignition key but fused and feed from the battery.Originally posted by treewhacker@Aug 16 2005, 02:53 PM
I am working on a system to keep an oil pump running for 5 to 10 seconds after I shut my snowmobile off. The reason for this is to scavenge residual oil away from my turbo.Any help will be greatly appreciated......Thanks in advance.....Bill
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