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(from late 1972 on) check the vicinity of the carburetor; you should see one or two stray wires with insulated terminals on their ends. They should be hot only with the ignition on. If so, use one of them for your electric choke.

They were originally meant for an electric solenoid idle valve on the Solex carb (to prevent dieseling) so will go on and off with your ign just like you want.

If your car originally came with a 1 bbl Solex, see the other posts.

cheers

mike

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