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A #10 wire and a 20 amp fuse should be good. On older fords, you can connect the choke to the stator terminal on the alternator (marked S or STA). On newer models, you need to use a relay. what gauge wire do ya use for an elec choke - 25315497-dz1fkxf1fwolart5ai0divhk-3-0.jpg

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