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What is wrong with this choke plate?


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I'm working on tuning fast idle on a 32/36 electric choke weber. I've run into an issue where i am not sure what i am missing. Basically, it doesn't seem that the choke will ever go off of the second step of high idle with the linkages installed on it. I have attached some pictures to help with a diagnosis. Thanks in advance for your suggestions!

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Thanks for the response. Unless i am missing something (which is totally possible), i am not sure how the spring in the choke affects this plate directly, it seems to swing freely between the throttle plate and the choke lever. From what i can tell, that spring affects how far up the plate can move when the choke is on, and will then reset it after opening the throttle if the choke is still active. This seems to be working correctly. I guess my question is whether this plate looks worn, to me it seems the the second "step" is too long, or the third step isn't high enough. Thanks for your help!

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