After having fluid constantly flowing out from the pressure relief solenoid all over the engine compartment, I decided to have it empty into a container. Since my "fuel" tank was in the back of the truck, I needed to somehow get it back there. What you see here is a universal windshield washer tank from JC Whitney. It holds about a liter of fluid. The hose from the overflow solenoid attaches to a fitting installed to the top of the tank. At the bottom of the tank is a 12v mini-motor designed to pump washer fluid. A hose runs from there to the back of the truck to the "fuel" tank.
In order to have it pump back to the main tank I needed to make some kind of automatic system. The best solution was to use a a float switch to trigger a timer circuit. That solution turned out to be a simple controller used in car alarms called a 528t Pulse Timer. When the fluid rises the float will trip the timer circuit and turn on the pump for an adjustable amount of time. Then, the circuit will time out and shut off the pump. Just fill the tank and adjust for however long it takes to empty the container.