"Yes. you don't understand how oxygen sensors work, or how the ECU reacts to what the sensors are telling them.
an oxygen sensor detects unburned oxygen in the exhaust gasses. the more oxygen there, the more fuel the computer decides…"
"For anyone who has stopped on this thread, I've had the Groove on my car for the past 2 years (possibly longer), and It has helped quite significantly with reducing my fuel bill; a few things that helped were an ignition upgrade (wires and…"
"Have the sensors on the car been addressed? HHO displaces oxygen in the intake, so either the MAP or MAF sensors need to be addressed, and since that carries through to to O2 sensors, they need to be addressed as well. The sensor mods pay for…"
"The ECU continually adjusts to sensor inputs, so it will compensate in all of the cases you mention, or try to (and fail and light the Check Engine- the code will be enlightening, and give you an idea of where to start)"
"so from the Youtube video, the EFI control is adjusting fuel injector pulse duration? or is that simply changing the voltage the MAP sensor sees? Also, the amps control is adjusting the PWM on your HHO?
could your app be run on a RasPi…"
"Good point about a dirty MAF sensor! They do develop a glaze over time that hinders accurate measurement, especially if you live anywhere that’s generally humid.
The bonus about cleaning it (use the right stuff!!) is that it calls for the…"
"Sorry, I'm a bit confused at the modifications you've made/reversed. I mean I don't quite understand the setups youve tried to describe.
you made a fuel vaporizer? got pictures? that should go straight through a…"
"ok - MAP enhancer: I'd suggest signing up at eagle-research.com so you have access to the resources there. Once you have, search that site for "MAP enhancer" and it gives a good run-down on both analog and digital…"
"MAP sensor adjustment depends upon whether it’s analog or digital. If analog, a simple potentiometer will suffice to make an adjustment, but if it’s digital, things get a bit more electronically intricate. For O2 sensors, EFIEs are…"
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