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Mr Happy
April 17, 2017, 8:33pm Report to Moderator

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Hi all

I've just removed my old (twin) choke cable and fitted a single cable to my Holley carb.  Can anyone advise on how to refit the choke cable switch.

I couldn't really see how it was fitted to the original cable.  Any advice would be appreciated.

Thanks

LB


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StagNL
April 18, 2017, 8:29pm Report to Moderator


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Attached via a clip that you slide over the switch.
At least on mine it was and it looked very factory-ish.
Rather fiddly, hence the reason I ended up not refitting it.

Julian


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pollystag
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Do you mean the switch that illuminates the choke on light?


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Richard B
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If you can get a single cable from a 2000, 2.5S or a Dolomite, that will have the fittings to take the choke light switch.

Not PI's as they have a twin choke.


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