you can find the fuse for the ecm or fuel pump, or mark your spark plug wires and take them off the coil terminals, or disconnect the big long plug from the ICM/coil module. last one is likely the easiest to put back together
Last edited by jwfirebird; 08-30-2014 at 09:44 AM.
My ICM is one big plug, but the power and ground is on the left, not sure how the plug on the 3.4 is, I'd just loosen the bolt to the ICM wiring connector, and remove the plug from the ICM.
What are you trying to do, a compression test?
Just mainly trying to figure out what his reason for wanting to crank it over without it starting is, if it is to do a compression test, I don't think he'* going to be trying to enter clear flood mode while testing each cylinder.