> In the case of the accident, the aforermentioned inertial switch would cut
> off the
> The circuit off the ignition would prevent the catastrophy where there is a
> problem with the carbs, (dry rotted fule line, stuck float etc) and the key
> is left on for a time
> while the engine is not running. I only mention it as an easier
> to having to connect an oil presure switch and the associated plumbing.
Huh? Would you be so kind as to explain? Please bear in mind that the
fuel pump is already on the white circuit and thus switched with the
low side of the coil.
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