|09-21-2009 09:01 AM|
|MOTOR HEAD||Just run a new switched wire feed to the choke & make sure it gets a full 12 volts. ( Don't use an accessory feed )|
|09-19-2009 09:43 PM|
|09-19-2009 07:14 PM|
|JohnTN||My car sure starts easier with a choke.|
|09-18-2009 03:57 AM|
|pitts64||I always remove the whole choke assembly, it's not needed.....|
|09-17-2009 02:46 PM|
need an electric choke choke
i just did an engine swap and found out that my electric choke is bad and i am having trouble finding one for my quadrajet carb on my 350 chevy if anyone knows where i can find one let me know
|09-25-2002 12:10 AM|
It looks like I need to run the wire. I don't think the car had an electric choke to begin with.
Thanks for the reply.
|09-17-2002 05:57 PM|
Well, what you need is power with ignition switch on, confirm that you have no voltage with switch off, with test light or meter. do you need to run a new wire, or is it just disconnected?
[ September 17, 2002: Message edited by: 72 chevy ]</p>
|09-17-2002 10:29 AM|
Quadrajet electric choke.
I have a 79' Malibu with a Rochester Quadrajet carburetor and electric choke. The choke isn't pluged-in and I'm not sure how it should be wired. Any help will be appreciated.