I can groud it out but then the solenoid stays engaged 24-7. I don't know how it is accomplished, but somehow the grounding of the solenoid (energized/activated fuel cut off) occurs when the key is turned off but only long enough to kill the engine, then the solenoid grounding circut is opened, allowing the solenoid to relax to the open fuel position. I have not exposed the wire from the solenoid to it's completed path. I'm thinking there must be some type of component in that grounding circut that switches the grounding circut on and off?
any ideas about how this is done?