Alot of the how much you adjust the electric choke depends on where you live and how cold it gets. Here in Colorado 2 times per year at least. Negative temps all the way to 100 requires several adjustments along the way. I like the manual style better for that reason. I never have any trouble with a manual choke being the problem for cold start issues. I have one vehicle left with a electric choke and soon it will be manual.
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2014 JKU, modified Rubicon Rails, RC stubby with warn 8000m, 2" leveling springs and OME trim spacers, Superchips Flashcal, Spidertrax wheel spacers, rubi shocks, and Lots more mods soon!!!