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Fuel-Savor EFIE Controller
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Fuel-Savor EFIE Controller
I am interested in purchasing Fuel-Savor EFIE controller for my HHO project. I have a 2002 Dodge Ram 4.7L truck. In looking at my exhaust system I have both the left side and right side collecting together to form one single exhaust out the back of the truck. Just after where the two exhaust comes together I have the catalytic converter then a muffler. On either side of the catalytic converter I have O2 sensors. Each sensor has 4 wires. 2 blacks wires "ground", 1 white wire, and one blue wire.

My question, should I only be concern with the O2 between the catalytic converter and the motor or what function does the second O2 sensor serve?

Thanks in advance....

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10-05-2008 05:23 PM
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RE: Fuel-Savor EFIE Controller
The o2's after the cat generally report the health of your cats. With 2 pre-cat o2's, you'd need a double efie.

There's been a recent discovery that newer Dodge vehicles use o2's with a higher voltage, but still the normal 1 volt variation. You should wait until we know more and if they're compatible with the efie.

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10-05-2008 05:30 PM
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RE: Fuel-Savor EFIE Controller
colchiro Wrote:The o2's after the cat generally report the health of your cats. With 2 pre-cat o2's, you'd need a double efie.

There's been a recent discovery that newer Dodge vehicles use o2's with a higher voltage, but still the normal 1 volt variation. You should wait until we know more and if they're compatible with the efie.

I only see 1 O2 before CAT and 1 after the CAT, of which I should only need a single EFIE. Is anyone keeping a database of what O2's are installed in vehicle's or works and what does not?

I would really prefer to electrically control the O2 over using extenders... I will be installing a dry cell in this truck...

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10-06-2008 06:54 PM
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RE: Fuel-Savor EFIE Controller
You can get a Cosm-IIA it works for single or dual 02 sensors. and it acts just like an 02 sensor.
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RE: Fuel-Savor EFIE Controller
DodgeViper Wrote:I only see 1 O2 before CAT and 1 after the CAT, of which I should only need a single EFIE. Is anyone keeping a database of what O2's are installed in vehicle's or works and what does not?

You can email Bruce at support@fuel-saver.org to get a wiring diagram for your vehicle, but that's the only database info we have.

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10-07-2008 04:24 PM
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You can get a Cosm-IIA it works for single or dual 02 sensors. and it acts just like an 02 sensor.


Is this not odd that your promoting yourself with your product on a forum of which the operators sells EFIE's...

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10-10-2008 07:53 AM
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RE: Fuel-Savor EFIE Controller
DodgeViper Wrote:[quote=rickmickauction]
You can get a Cosm-IIA it works for single or dual 02 sensors. and it acts just like an 02 sensor.


Is this not odd that your promoting yourself with your product on a forum of which the operators sells EFIE's...

Sorry, I didn't realize that they sold EFIE.
10-10-2008 04:59 PM
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