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OBDII / EFIE
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Exclamation OBDII / EFIE
Is there anyone running OBDII, HHO and EFIE that are seeing a good gain in MPG????????????Mad

Kevin M. Carlson
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07-10-2008 07:07 AM
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RE: OBDII / EFIE
I've posted this before, but OBDII is not a significant factor. The OBDII standard was an I/O standard, so that an OBDII compliant reader could be used in any vehicle to read sensors, read and reset error codes, etc. This made it so a ScanGauge II can be used in any make/model vehicle, whereas before you had to have a different reader for each make.

Probably the majority of successful installs are on OBDII vehicles, although my own car is 1995, the last year of OBDI.

If you are having a lack of results, the OBDII aspect will not be the reason. Where have you posted your problem(s) and requested debug help for your installation? I personally haven't seen it, and would like to try and get you debugged. We usually end up with successful installs here.

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RE: OBDII / EFIE
Well, here it is

http://www.fuel-saver.org/showthread.php?tid=887&page=1

Kevin M. Carlson
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07-10-2008 03:46 PM
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