Carburetor Choke Position
When I push forward the choke lever on my throttle quadrant, I assume that it chokes the engine and when I pull back the lever, the assumption is that the choke is off. The following photos are the positions of the choke lever on the carburetor when the aforementioned was done. Does this look right? By the way, the damn cable sticks when I push forward on the leaver for choking when I push the lever forward (assuming that pushing is correct to choke). I may need a stronger spring or go with a solid cable. The following are the photos of the choke lever on the carburetor in both positions.
Photo depicted choked, lever forward
Photo depicted choke off, lever pulled back
For orientation, left side of carburetor on photo is air in carburetor, right side is attachment to engine.
I believe you have got it reversed.
Rotate anticlockwise for off, clockwise for choke on.
That's exactly the help I was looking for, thanks!