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Lossing power Ford Explorer
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Lossing power Ford Explorer
Hi all few days ago I finished to install my quad on ford explorer sport trac, V6 4000CC, 2003, 2 sensor upstream I starter to calibrate from 150mv and check engine ligths come and loss power, try and try and try and finally get 260mV no check light, and I think the power it's ok, and the 1 sensor downstream I set 200mV, now what should I do next? it's already install a hho kit, I was reading for my engine should be 0.45lpm.

So I set the first on 260mV should I move more the pot???

The downstream should I move more than 200mV????

But one day ago I feel my truck loose power so I set now to 290mV but still having the same issue losing power, any advice?

Hope you can understand me and give me the advice what's next, thanks.
11-26-2013 01:18 PM
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RE: Lossing power Ford Explorer
You just have to play with these voltages until you are not getting a loss of power and you are not getting check engine lights.

Usually you want to adjust the pots clockwise as far as you can without getting any loss of power. That is usually the best position for fuel mileage gains.

If you have very old o2 sensors, you may have trouble unless you replace them. Try other things first, but often people never change their o2 sensors and after 100,000 miles, they become unreliable.

Once you get your efie settings correct you can also adjust the amount of HHO you are using.

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11-28-2013 09:45 AM
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RE: Lossing power Ford Explorer
Hi, it's already change all the 02s and attached a image with a ODB2 scanner, now next ????


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12-06-2013 10:53 AM
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RE: Lossing power Ford Explorer
try this


ProTuner controls ALL the important sensors of the car:
MAP-Manifold Absolute Pressure
IAT-Intake Air Temperature
ECT-Engine Coolant Temperature
Analog EFIE (rear O2 sensors)
Digital EFIE (strong manipulation for front O2 sensors)
Features a built-in PWM
All possible EFIE configurations are covered: Wide Band EFIE, true digital output Narrow Band EFIE, Analog EFIE treatment for rear sensors.

CCPWM Specifications:
Power supply 12 VDC
Maximum Load: 30 amps @70% Duty Cycle
Output: PWM (Pulse Width Modulation) for controlling DC loads.
Output Frequency : 300 Hz FIXED
Adjust DC Pulse Width; output range from 0% to 100% (fully off to fully on)

https://www.greensource.ca/affiliate-hho...acleheater


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