Hi all, I'm having a strange intermittent problem with Gus, 1976 bay. Occasionally after re-starting the engine it will not idle properly. The idle becomes very low, until it is almost stalling, and the generator light is glowing. The idle is also very lumpy. When it first happened my husband found that two of the connections to the + and - on the coil were very loose, so he crimped on new connectors, and it was fine after that. However, after driving last Friday in 37 degree ambient temperature the idle once again got very low and I had to keep blipping the throttle to keep it running at idle. My husband says that he has checked that the choke heater elements and the idle control valves both have 12v feed to them, and they all click when 12v is applied. Husband thinks that when the intermittent problem occurs the mixture is too rich and is wondering if somehow one of the chokes is not functioning properly. He says that that the heating element in the choke heats up and moves a lever that lifts the choke butterfly so that the mixture is not enrichened. He thinks maybe a heater element is intermittently inoperable? Husband is very experienced on aircooled motorcycle engines but Gus is a learning curve for him He also had a look at the vacuum pipe to the front brake booster but he thinks that is OK and anyhow if it was split he says there would be a permanent idle problem?? Can anyone offer any suggestions. 95% of the time Gus runs perfectly and idles like a champ.