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sorry mike if this is here - possible air/fuel ratio sensor solution?
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sorry mike if this is here - possible air/fuel ratio sensor solution?
hello all. i had a question a couple weeks back about installing an efie on my wifes 2004 4runner, with dual air/fuel ratio sensors, not O2 sensors, and was told the efie would not work on this sensor set up. i have not had a chance to try, it because i just found it, but this is a possible solution for my (and im sure a lot of peoples) problem. this link is from zerofossilfuel (youtube vids) and seems to address the problem: http://zerofossilfuel.googlepages.com/index.html
go to the plans and schematics link and then the efie link. theres no direct link to the final page.
mike, im asking what you think of this? does this setup seem like a solution? youve been very helpful in the past and i thank you.


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06-11-2008 08:31 PM
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RE: sorry mike if this is here - possible air/fuel ratio sensor solution?
I can say I'm interested in this. I have an EFIE that I'd like to get working with my Toyota air-fuel sensor.Hmm

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06-12-2008 01:28 PM
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RE: sorry mike if this is here - possible air/fuel ratio sensor solution?
That's the first I've heard of an EFIE working with an AFR sensor. If someone tries this be sure to post!

I get asked about AFR sensors frequently, and the solution of o2 extenders and the resistor handling are just not fully satisfactory. I would like to get a good, uniformly workable solution.

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06-12-2008 02:22 PM
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RE: sorry mike if this is here - possible air/fuel ratio sensor solution?
so do you order and efie and hook it up opposite? am i reading the link right?
06-12-2008 08:39 PM
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RE: sorry mike if this is here - possible air/fuel ratio sensor solution?
It didn't work with my Toyota. The mix was richer with it connected either way (normal or reversed). Hmm

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06-13-2008 07:29 PM
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