I think my idle cut-off solenoid is defective because it should click when it powers up and it does not. I had the truck running and it was running really good and smooth but then I goosed the throttle after which it idled down and died and now will not start. I'm going to try it again in the morning cold, and if it still does not work i'm gonna call weber. stupid solenoid. (or stupid me...)
oh, but I shouldn't need two charcoal canisters should I? I'm just not sure how to go about eliminating one and keeping the other. I want to eliminate the ecu entirely if at all possible...
and I can cruise down the highway without my foot in the gas too much. that's the benefit you get from the idle advance kicking in at cruise; it advances the timing under low to no load conditions allowing you to hold cruise speeds with a leaner mixture which saves you fuel.
btw what is your gas mileage on average? driving easy that is...