Allright, someone is going to have to explain this to me like I am a 2 year old. Apparently through all of my posts and everything I still cannot figure it out.
My electric choke on my Weber 32/36 works just fine. I set it and I am 99.99999% sure that it is set correctly, or close enough. The choke works fine the butterflies stay closed until the engine warms up and then they open.
My problem is that I don't understand what in the heck the fast idle is doing. I followed Webers instructions to set the fast idle speed. I let the Jeep cool off so the choke engages when I push the throttle. Start it up and the fast idle is doing its thing. As soon as I touch the gas the fast idle cam drops down a step and and the idle speed drops. WHY? I thought the purpose of the fast idle was to stay engaged until the choke started to open. Am I missing something like maybe another adjustment? Or, am I just a moron and need to sell my jeep and my tools and never work on a vehicle again? Surely someone has gotten this figured out.
'85 CJ7 258 w/Weber Carb and Nutter Bypass. Dana 44's F&R, 3.73 gears with Trac-Loc rear. Always looking for peoples $0.02.