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Re: [T3] 12-volt chokes


I think the easiest thing is to find 12V choke elements, but if you can't,
you could try the following:-

You could simply add a resistor of the same value between the lead and the
choke connection, but make sure it has the right power rating, and don't
put it near anything that would be affected by the heat (it's modest, but
significant).  I think it would be too difficult to isolate one choke cover
from earthing to the carb, but if you could, they could be wired in series
instead.

Dave.
UK VW Type 3&4 Club
http://www.hallvw.clara.net/
----- Original Message -----
From: <DGaries808@aol.com>
To: <type3@vwtype3.org>
Sent: 29 July 1999 00:31
Subject: [T3] 12-volt chokes


> Are 12-Volt chokes made for Type 1 Ghias?  Do they fit Type 3 Ghias;
i.e., a
> Type 34
> Ghia 1500?  I need some 12-volt chokes.  My carbs were recently converted
> from 6 to 12-volt.  I need chokes to go along with them.  Is there such a
> thing as a 6-volt to 12-volt adapterbn be used in place of 12-volt
> chokes?
>
> Don Garies
> dgaries808@aol.com
>
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