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French newbie, help to EFIE and MAP
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French newbie, help to EFIE and MAP
hi !!

i'm new here and i need help for install a HHO unit on my car,
french , diesel ( fuel ) car, 1,5 L ( yes !! small one !!! )
a " Citroen for the brand , and "saxo" for the model )

i'd like to understand if i had tu use an EFIE and a MAP sensor.??

i think not, my engine only fuel, and only work with Oxygen sensor no..??

thanks for help... i'll be a good ambassador in europe !!


Pat


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07-28-2009 01:12 AM
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Hi patfrench,

You will need to use an EFIE, and likely that will be all you will need. I assume you have one oxygen sensor before the catalytic converter? That should be all you have to adjust.

The EFIE and an HHO system should give you good mileage gains.

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07-28-2009 07:27 AM
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(07-28-2009 07:27 AM)mike Wrote:  Hi patfrench,

You will need to use an EFIE, and likely that will be all you will need. I assume you have one oxygen sensor before the catalytic converter? That should be all you have to adjust.

The EFIE and an HHO system should give you good mileage gains.

hi,for the sensor, i will check that tomorrow,

but it's hard to find the good model of generator.. !!
07-28-2009 01:24 PM
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i was looking to the sensor.... but can't find one;...


i think i've no catalyse....

i've a pic from the brand, don't know how post it...

is it easier if i don't have catalise or sensor ..??
07-28-2009 11:25 PM
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Yes, it's much easier if you don't have an o2 sensor. You wouldn't need an efie then. Many diesel engines don't.

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07-29-2009 03:16 AM
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(07-29-2009 03:16 AM)colchiro Wrote:  Yes, it's much easier if you don't have an o2 sensor. You wouldn't need an efie then. Many diesel engines don't.

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i understand, but how can i have a best mpg if i don't change fuel flow in the engine;.??

the engine will continue to get same fuel with or without hho..??

thanks for help..
07-29-2009 04:50 AM
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The HHO will make your fuel burn more efficiently. If you have fuel injection, you will have an oxygen sensor, and will need an EFIE.

If you need a kit, you can try a system at Dry-Cells.com. It comes complete with an EFIE, as well as a cell, and PWM.

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07-29-2009 07:10 AM
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(07-29-2009 07:10 AM)mike Wrote:  The HHO will make your fuel burn more efficiently. If you have fuel injection, you will have an oxygen sensor, and will need an EFIE.

If you need a kit, you can try a system at Dry-Cells.com. It comes complete with an EFIE, as well as a cell, and PWM.

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07-30-2009 12:14 AM
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