Ahh so it should be able to start without that plugged in... I thought when people were disconnecting the fuel bowl heater they were going in from the inside of the fuel bowl... I might just zip tie that back on there then.
Well started cleaning the ebpv tube and the sensor was sutted up pretty heavy..
Alright when removing ebpv to be cleaned I’m throwing sparks... got the bottom inlet 5/8 but off the exhaust manifold... wanted to clean it to see how much grime and if that could be helping the problem of no start...
when taking off the ebp sensor everything was fine, while removing the line from the brakes using 9/16 and 5/8 that line is really stuck on there. Every time I give it good pressure it’s throwing sparks... tried soaking in pb blaster 3 times but still can’t get this line off. Now wondering if it throwing sparks right there has an clue to a short cussing a no start?