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So, I finally got an HHO system installed on my car (99' Chevrolet Prizm), and I have no improvements in MPG, and no idea if I did it right. I'll post details later, but I am wondering if there is anyone here that knows anything about Toyotas and if there are any suggestions to how much Hydrogen I should use, etc. I am just looking for a good general information thread about compacts and HHO systems. If someone could point me in the right direction, I'd appreciate it.
06-17-2009 08:47 PM
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What do you want to know. http://www.mpgimprovements.com
06-25-2009 11:07 AM
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(06-17-2009 08:47 PM)1=2 Wrote:  So, I finally got an HHO system installed on my car (99' Chevrolet Prizm), and I have no improvements in MPG, and no idea if I did it right.

Some more info would be helpful. It sounds like you did not install an EFIE. You will need one to begin with. Some people on here have Toyotas.

A post with specific questions would raise your odds of getting a constructive response.

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06-25-2009 12:31 PM
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(06-25-2009 12:31 PM)AlexR Wrote:  
(06-17-2009 08:47 PM)1=2 Wrote:  So, I finally got an HHO system installed on my car (99' Chevrolet Prizm), and I have no improvements in MPG, and no idea if I did it right.

Some more info would be helpful. It sounds like you did not install an EFIE. You will need one to begin with. Some people on here have Toyotas.

A post with specific questions would raise your odds of getting a constructive response.
Well You are in the right place to ask questions, but you need to do some study. These fuel injected cars need more than just an hho generator. The fuel computer must be dealt with.
1. The oxygen sensor senses the exaust for the air / fuel mixture
so You need the [efie] to adjust the sensor signal to the computer.
check out the advice here click on http://fuelsaver-mpg.com/affiliates/jrox.php?id=214
2. You may need to adjust the signal of the maf or map sensor.
I added a potentiometer [variable resistor] in series with the signal wire.
3. You may need to regulate the cell current. Install a PWM.
4. A fuel air mixture display meter would be a good addition to
monitor the oxygen sensor signal at the computer input.
You are welcome to see my website. http://waterworks4fuel.com
I started that site just to help people out to learn about this stuff.
sometimes it isn't easy to get the efi system set up.
I have found lots of info links to help. You are welcome.
JT

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(This post was last modified: 07-02-2009 02:21 AM by JET USA.)
07-02-2009 02:11 AM
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