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Proper EFIE
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tinkerer Offline
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Proper EFIE
I am building a Smack fuel cell but am not sure about the Oxygen sensor on my car.
I'm going to try this on a 2004 Nissan Maxima.
Anyone have any info that might help?
06-02-2008 09:07 AM
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RE: Proper EFIE
You need to read this article.

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06-02-2008 09:31 AM
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RE: Proper EFIE
Thanks for the info. I'm a beginner and this site really helps.
Any other sites/info will be greatly appreciated.
06-02-2008 11:18 AM
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RE: Proper EFIE
you can find youre wiring diagram here
http://www.ahdol.com/
06-10-2008 06:49 PM
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RE: Proper EFIE
buga37 Wrote:you can find youre wiring diagram here
http://www.ahdol.com/

The wiring diagram in there is great. I installed a HHO system in my 2004 Infiniti I35. It shoud be exactly as your Maxima. They DO NOT use a MAP sensor. They use a MAF instead. I have not figured out how to wire a EFIE to this unit nor have I found anyone with useful info on how to. If you do please let me know. cotywhite@hotmail.com Till then I'll just run the HHO and keep taking notes to see if it's enough to make a difference
07-10-2008 06:49 AM
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