<BLOCKQUOTE>quote:</font><HR>Originally posted by JERRY88GW:
I was changing my oil pan gasket today when I noticed an electrical connection that was not connected.
The connection looked like a wall socket except it was round. It was right above the oil filter.
I thought it was the oil sending unit, but the sending unit was already connected and had been working fine.
I found the place it was supposed to connect to, connected it up, and did not really notice any difference when I cranked her up.
This prevents your choke from heating up if the ignition is on but the engine isn't running; if it did heat up, your choke would open even if your truck was actually cold, and wouldn't start properly.
Since the choke is also fed from a choke-stove in the manifold, it probably still heats up enough from that to shut off when the engine is warmed up.
<UL TYPE=SQUARE>* '78 Cherokee 4-door
* '88 Grand Wagoneer[/list] http://studentweb.providence.edu/~rbarry/wheels/