Originally Posted by bezerk
Why not just disconnect the battery....that should prevent it from starting.
cuz u need the battery to power the starter to crank it over
Figured it out... I didn't need to unplug the ignition coil... it only take 0.5s for the crank pulley bolt to come loose.. just crank for 0.5s and turn off immediately... this technique makes u feel like such a shade tree mechanic, but it works like a frickin charm!