Carb choke question, I have a 51 Mercury with the auto choke carb. It’s the original carb which has the oil bath that attaches in the side. I recently screwed up the choke adjustment after a rebuild ( I know I’m stupid ) anyways so I’m trying to get it back to where it was. Here’s what I’ve done. On a cold motor I disconnected the throttle linkage. I then turned the choke counter clockwise to open the choke plate a little. Once I did that I held the throttle down about quarter throttle and then turned the choke back clockwise until it closed gently and then I tightened it down. Is that correct? My question is does the choke linkage ( see photo ) on the left side that the idle screw touches need to be in a certain position when doing this? Second question should the throttle linkage be installed a certain way? Meaning if it’s too short it would keep the throttle open and if it’s too long would it stop the choke plate from opening? What’s the right way to attach the throttle linkage to the pedal lever? Thanks in advanced.