Thank you, unplugging the LPFP fuse and starting the car seemed like it'd be the best option but I wasnt 100% sure on unplugging the battery or not as I never have with any LPFP upgrades or when i did my BL coils (or anything else requiring me to run wiring for that matter) but I'll do it just to be safe since fuel and electricity isn't a fun combination.Better: pull out the fuse to the lpfp behind the glove box. Attempt to start the car. This will zero the pressure in the fuel line as the engine starts for 1 second and stops. You’ll get a code and dashboard error light, but this is easily cleared via MHD or scan tool. After doing this, disconnect the battery and resume your work.