There's no such thing as what you're trying to do. If voltage is missing to the injectors, look for a blown fuse or broken wire. The Engine Computer pulses them and varies the number of milliseconds they are held open to control the amount of fuel entering the engine. You can't possibly flip a switch on and off fast enough to run the injectors.
If you hard-wire the fuel pump, it won't turn off in the event of a crash that ruptures a fuel line. That will create a severe fire hazard. Insurance investigators and lawyers love to find cobble-jobs like that, especially when their client was at fault for a crash. It is REAL easy to make you appear partially responsible for any injuries.
Tuesday, April 5th, 2011 AT 9:53 PM