A while back there was a thread about where to hook up an electric choke. In that last thread, I think we came up with running a wire through the firewall to the fuse box to be the only option. A few days ago on the Yahoo Classic-Cougars forum, Ray Harwood posted exactly how to hook up the choke. He said to connect the choke feed line to the "stator" port on the back of the alternator. This will only provide power to the choke when the engine is running and not at any other time. I gave it a try today and my choke works great! If the car stalls, the choke closes to the pre-set position helping to aid in starting. Give it a try...