Very early V-4s had the 4-way flasher switch to the left of the steering column, opposite side from the ignition switch. At some point (I can't remember what the '69 configuration was) they moved it to the dash, and there was a plug in that hole. Move the flasher switch or remove the plug and put the choke cable pull in there. That location provides a fairly direct route without having to deal with getting around the heater/fan box.
A suggestion ... lube the choke cable with Moly before installing, and it will help reduce the likelyhood of it rusting and binding in the sheath.
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