The Edelbrock electric choke utilizes an electric heating element, such as a bimetallic strip or a wound wire, to automatically control the opening and closing of the choke plate based on engine temperature. As the heating element warms up, it causes the choke plate to gradually open, allowing more air into the carburetor and creating a leaner fuel mixture during warm-up. Once the engine reaches its operating temperature, the heating element reaches a point where it no longer needs to provide heat, and the choke plate returns to its normal position, allowing for a richer fuel mixture. The electric choke eliminates the need for manual adjustment, ensuring proper fuel mixture control and improved cold-start performance. Specific details and instructions may vary depending on the Edelbrock carburetor model, so referring to the product manual is recommended for accurate installation and adjustment guidelines.
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