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2002 Ford Explorer XLT Problem
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2002 Ford Explorer XLT Problem
I have a 2002 Ford Explorer XLT and I have installed a Quad Digital EFIE, the installation is correct, the green lights are flashing, but lately when accelerated and reached about 3000 rpm the car makes a cut or want to go out, if I disconnect the QUAD DIGITAL EFIE the vehicle operates normally, the value is in the front sensors and rear sensors 260mv 160mv, measured with a digital ammeter. when this happens if I keep accelerating the vehicle does not respond, if I accelerated and accelerated ensegida begins to respond.
02-06-2012 04:27 AM
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RE: 2002 Ford Explorer XLT Problem
Back off on the front (digital) EFIEs some more until that loss of horsepower goes away.

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02-06-2012 08:21 AM
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RE: 2002 Ford Explorer XLT Problem
Hello, I had several months with this setup, I was presented with this problem recently.

What value do you recommend to start putting 245mv or 240mv?
02-09-2012 08:35 AM
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Oh, I see. Well that would then indicate a drop in HHO production. Are you able to monitor the amp draw on your system? Another possibility is a leak. We've seen where a leak in the system let a great deal of the HHO escape, and then the EFIE settings, which worked previously, caused the engine to over lean. Once the leak was found, everything worked correctly again.

That would be the type of thing to look for.

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02-09-2012 08:42 AM
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RE: 2002 Ford Explorer XLT Problem
Just to be sure, if the value decreased to 240mv, the mixture is made lean?
02-09-2012 08:55 AM
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That sounds just fine. But realize that settings vary from vehicle to vehicle and depending on the HHO production. I can't tell you what your correct setting will be. But the point is, if it was working before, but now is causing an over-lean condition, then something changed. And that something is almost certainly going to be HHO production - or, as I said, perhaps a system leak.

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02-09-2012 09:13 AM
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RE: 2002 Ford Explorer XLT Problem
The higher the value Mv is richer mixture?.
02-09-2012 09:28 AM
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