OK so here's a picture of the truck side of the plug.
I took the liberty of labeling it the opposite of the carburetor side as illustrated in the picture
Actually, the vacuum is the choke pulloff mechanism. All the 22R chokes were electrically heated (20R still had the water choke), so there is a wire in there somewhere. On an 85, look for a round, green 4 wire plug on the passenger inner fender near the carburetor.
And then here is a picture of the connections on the side of the Weber:
So my question to clarify is this: Are you saying that I should connect the fuel cut (+) terminal to the choke terminal? (labelled "1" in the picture) And the instructions included with the Weber say to connect a "jumper wire" to the fuel cutoff solenoid (labeled "2" in the picture) Would that mean doing what I have done with the yellow wire? (labelled "3" in the picture) There are no other terminals on the carb anywhere, so basically my question is just plug (1) into the fuel cutoff (+) terminal?
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