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RE: Great News
Hi Sheppy.

More info on the activity led here: http://www.fuel-saver.org/Thread-Digital...7#pid29317

You should start at 200 mv, incrementing by about 50mv until one of the following occurs:
no gain in mileage
CEL (check engine light)
loss of power or other driveability issue

Rick

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07-16-2009 02:06 PM
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(05-18-2009 06:54 PM)colchiro Wrote:  I'd be very rare to find a wideband o2 on many pre-'97 vehicles and certainly not on a '93 so you can forget about that model.

I see no reason why you can't use the digital efie. While you're waiting to hear from Bruce, check it out. link

Between Bruce and Mike this was a surprise. My 09 Ford F-150 has a wide band on the two front O2 and narrow band for the post cat. Good thing the wiring diagram sent by Mike was easy to read the support from Bruce. My 09 is now a "Green Truck" I am still playing with the two rear sensor I started out with 200mv then called and it was recommended between 250-300mv. I set it at 275mv the Engine light came on.
10-20-2009 02:05 PM
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Earn cash while saving gas!!! http://bit.ly/8giwLu Laugh
01-08-2010 02:50 PM
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Have HHO system in a 92 Honda Accord, four cylinder, and have verified all components are installed/functioning correctly utilizing the troubleshooting guide for EFIE's. No luck, have had installed for about a year with worse mileage no matter what, EFIE out or in, EFIE at ANY voltage. Can't get anyone to answer me. Can't find anyone that was able to get it to work on a 92 honda accord. Is this model simply not made for HHO?

PLEASE HELP or direct me to someone who has been able to get it to work on a similar year, Honda Vehicle, ie. 90-93.

(10-04-2008 04:28 PM)colchiro Wrote:  Thanks Bruce. I just made this a sticky.Wink
02-22-2011 02:59 PM
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