Ken, I think he's making a joke. The numbers on some on your fuses are turned a different direction than others.
For the original question: doesn't the 4.0's oil pump drive off of the bottom of the distributor shaft? My brother uses a nifty little trick for Ford and Chevy engines for this very purpose. Remove the drive gear from the shaft of an old distributor, gut the internals out of the distributor, and slide it down into the block, making sure it engages with the oil pump. Then, chuck a drill to the top of the shaft, and run the drill until you see oil pressure, plus an additional 15-20 seconds. You've now primed the entire engine, without turning it over.
4-wheeling: because football, basketball, baseball, and golf only require one ball!
Confidence: The feeling you get just before you fully understand the situation!