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How to wire for elec. fuel pump

I just replaced my lawn tractor engine. The new engine has a wire coming off the carburater I'm assuming is for an elec fuel pump. How do I get this to work with my old system?

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That is not a fuel pump.
it is the fuel cut solenoid.
connect to a fused,12 volt source w/ key in run position only.

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