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Feel like a newbie, gutted my 76 smog gear and now need a choke live wire, its 27 degrees and fallin fast, but whos countin? Lookin for the hot lead setup for my lectric choke, whats the best setup for cold starts in the mountains?

thank You kindly

Dave Miller

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On both my '75 and my wife's '76 I've run a wire from the #12 fuse and use it to serve both the elec. choke and the anti-dieseling solenoid.

Bob Napier

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wire with an insulated terminal on the end that kinda dangled in the vicinity of the carb--it's hot only when the ign is on. Think it was for something on Euro cars that wasn't used on US spec ones.

Look around, your 76 may have the same thing. It's just what you need for an electric choke or an electric idle solenoid.

mike

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Will the wire from the the 32/32 solex that accuated the water choke work?

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idle cutoff solenoid on the original Solex--the Solex's original water choke isn't electric. But that wire will do just fine for the electric choke on a Weber as it's ign switched. If your Weber has an idle solenoid valve, just make a jumper wire over to the choke so both will be powered by the same lead.

cheers

mike

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