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Hello All,

First time posting here. I've got a holley carb with an electric choke I need to hookup to a 57 but never done anything even remotely like this before. I think I found the fuse panel on the underside of the dash on the driver's side and I managed to snap a bad photo of it from the bottom. Just want to make sure I'm looking at the right thing. Would it be right to hook up the choke to the spot I have circled in red?
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Hello All,

First time posting here. I've got a holley carb with an electric choke I need to hookup to a 57 but never done anything even remotely like this before. I think I found the fuse panel on the underside of the dash on the driver's side and I managed to snap a bad photo of it from the bottom. Just want to make sure I'm looking at the right thing. Would it be right to hook up the choke to the spot I have circled in red?
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as long as it's hooked to a keyed hot wire, not one constantly hot
 

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So I guess the other question I have here is whether the Junction Block Assembly can support the amperage for the choke.

Sorry if these are silly questions, this is my first time ever installing a carburetor much less one with an electric choke.
 

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So I guess the other question I have here is whether the Junction Block Assembly can support the amperage for the choke.

Sorry if these are silly questions, this is my first time ever installing a carburetor much less one with an electric choke.
It should with no problems. run no less than a 12 ga wire to it
 
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