What is the appropriate shut down sequence for the 350iS?  I have a Dynon sky view.  Here is the sequence I'm currently using:  

step 1: turn off switches for radio, lights, Dynon skyview

step 2: turn key to off (kills engine)

step 3: turn off switch for ECU

step 3: turn off switch for fuel pump

step 4: turn off master switch

I assume this leaves pressure in the fuel system forward of the fuel pumps.  Would it be better to shut the fuel pump off first to relieve the pressure?  

thanks,

bt

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Hi Brian, On mine, I shut down the ECU to kill the engine because  the ECU pump will stop at the same time while the engine winds down. I think that also kills the ignition as well. Tom

Yep, turn off the ECU,  then everything else in whatever order you want.   cheers, ,,,,,,  Lynn

thanks for the replies.

bt

I shut the engine down in this order:
ECU
fuel pump
batt/master
ignitions

I shut down the fuel pump and let the engine die as it uses the fuel in the line so I end up with little to no residual fuel pressure in the system.

Then ECU. all switches for lights, radio etc on Composite Design UL engine power panel and finally master.

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