I know, I know, I said all my questions were answered. BUT....they are not. When I said that I had not yet removed the Thermostart from the engine. I now have it in my hands and that presents two new questions.
1) There appears to be no way to STOP the flow of fuel as the device does not seem to contain an electricaly activated valve so, What stops the flow of fuel when the engine starts???
2) If I did not connect the fuel line, would the heat alone be of any help in starting the engine?
Where I live on the lower Texas
coast we rarely have really cold weather
but on a couple of mornings when the temp was in the 40's it was hard to start. I am wondering if heat, but no fuel, would be enough to help starting or would it just be worthless without the heated fuel?