Electric Choke Wiring Diagram

Electric Choke Wiring Diagram – 1. Terminal from circuit “I”; I just plug it directly into the generator light, or I want to pair it

2. If I leave the lead wires on the remote control removed to power the horn relay is this safe?

Electric Choke Wiring Diagram

3. Where do I get my choke voltage (must be 12 volts and no less)?

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1. This phone is very important! Without it, your alternator will not sense that your key is on and will not release! This simple task sounds more difficult than it is. We don’t want your alt to stop working because of

Your first “GEN” light wire goes to the Voltage Regulator (in the Armature space). If you go

That blackred wire on the controller WILL be the ‘sensor wire’ on your new alt. Switch off

The purpose is to indicate to the alternator that the ignition is on. If your alternator stops turning

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(such as when you start to turn the key, or possibly unbuckle your seat belt), the GEN light will flash.

2. It is completely safe. It is also a good place to supply new components such as an electric fan relay or

3. Use your ballast resistor wire to your ignition switch. It’s open and running

Engine compartment. Connect it to a relay coil so that the contacts close immediately when you open the button.

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Also, we try to reduce the load on your key chain and remove extra heavy cables,

The diagram above describes the need for #6-AWG copper wire to carry the maximum current, as well

Including the fuse. The fuse is VERY important. If one of your diodes ever shorted inside the new alternator, your

The battery will absorb as much water as possible in a very short time. This burns your wires again

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See the yellow/white wire labeled “A”? A very simple connection would be to connect to “B+” on the Alternator.

If you cannot use a double groove pulley, a large groove pulley with a larger diameter will work. It has a surface area of

The ‘V’ belt you have to grip and the larger diameter gives better ‘lever’, making it easier to turn. Too bad your Dad has a 1986 C10 Pickup that came originally with the 305, and the OP removed the ECM and electronics. When my father bought it, it came with a Caprice (hydraulic flat tappet), an old Qjet and a vacuum advance. When it was installed, the Qjet went wrong. I didn’t know anything about Qjets, so I bought an Edelbrock 1406 and installed it. Rebuilt the engine in 2006ish, installed a Summit cam with .427″ lift. The truck has been sitting for about 2 years and I just replaced the Edelbrock 1406 with a rebuilt unit, new fuel pump, clear wix fuel filter .blow air through the fuel lines.

The factory blue to the pressure is there, and I found the Oil Pressure Sender can with one brown wire going to it. The pressure light is on but not off, and there is 0 voltage on the green wire on the pressure heater. The 20 amp fuse in the fuse block marked CHOKE is good. I found a diagram in the Haynes manual that also has the Transmission Oil under pressure and connected to another fuse. I’m assuming the oil pressure sender turns on and sets both the switch and the throttle circuit? The figure is kind of confusing.

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Does anyone have a picture of where the Oil Pressure Switch is located? Any suggestions for making the cables another way? I have the throttle plate almost all the way closed but because the throttle has no power it stays on the fast idle screw and is too high to keep running. I’d like to run it with factory wiring if possible, but I can always add a relay of some sort since it seems like the choke draws a lot of amps when it’s running.

It is above the oil filter, which is installed in the pressurized oil galley. There should be a dark blue and a pink w/blk line from your bulkhead connector to this switch – the pink is the +12V IGN and the dark blue is your light choke. In the connector, the dark blue is combined with the blue light in your choke – the process is complete the key is turned on and your light should go off. One thread (tan) is for your gauge only.

Gmachinez said: It is something on the top of the oil filter pad, which is taken from the galley and the oil is compressed. There should be a dark blue and a pink w/blk line from your bulkhead connector to this switch – the pink is the +12V IGN and the dark blue is your light choke. In the connector, the dark blue is combined with the blue light in your choke – the process is complete the key is turned on and your light should go off. One thread (tan) is for your gauge only. Click to expand…

Of course. Oil pressure is needed for the kick to get 12 volts. Kind of smart, because if for some reason the ignition is left on for a while, the ignition will get 12 volts and start the engine while it’s cold.

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My truck choke gets 12 volts every time it’s on. For the past month I have been having trouble starting and not sleeping in 20 degree weather. To complicate matters, I left the ignition key in the ON position between the first attempts. So, the initial cold/idle problem was further compounded by the open choke! I need to get myself an oil change one of these days. Or maybe EFI.

I don’t see anything connected to the boss above the oil filter. It looks empty. The transmitter is connected to the adapter. I was going to buy a T adapter and screw both the sender and the oil pressure switch into it but I can’t find it anywhere. Also, I can’t seem to find the oil pressure connector.

I’ve been looking for a GM tap for the pump/ignition pit connector in the fuse block and no one seems to be selling it anymore.

On the passenger side, I found what looks like an HEI connector, a knock plug and maybe an EGR solenoid? I’m not sure about the connectors on the drivers side. Does anyone have pictures of their setup?

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I think I’m going to buy an oil switch and try to get some wiring for it.

Well, father, I followed the phone and found it twisted behind the distributor, and there it is, the connector! It looks like it originally had a T-junction and the mechanic just put in one sender for the gauge to work, and hid the connection in the back.

I read 12v across the connector with the button, so it looks like it’s still spinning and working. I jumped the two leads with a jumper wire and turned on the key and the choke plate now opens. The throttle light is no longer on. Finally, I’m going to go to the junkyard and try to locate that part and add an oil pressure switch to make it work like factory. Although I think they should have just left the electronics plugged in, at least they didn’t disconnect the wires.

There you go! With the average age of these trucks, you never know what kind of shenanigans the previous owners were up to lol

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