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I applaud your expert level of roadkill side of the road fix. That’s not an easy thing at all.
I was going to say, that is some incredible amount of work in a parking lot on the roadside with limited tools. I hope no damage was done to the engine when the pump failed.
 

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disconnect the coil and crank it for about 10 seconds at time a few times as well in a pinch
Its not a new engine that all components have been soaked in oil and / or pre-treated with assembly lube, it is an engine that has been run dry and there may already be some damage. I would suggest the drill method to get some oil to all areas before even cranking.
 
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