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Old 10-01-2008, 05:19 AM
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Question for HHO Users

Hello, I recently purchased a 2005 Excursion and I am interested in installing a hydrogen cell to increase gas milage however I am somewhat unclear as to how to install it. I have built one and have a relay to turn it on/off with the ignition however the main thing I'm wondering is if there are any devices that hook into the computer or if its just plug & play (hooking into the vacuum line and before the turbo). I've seen some sites that have little devices that you have to control manually to change milage between city and highway and I wanted to ask current HHO users if all they did was plug the hydrogen cell into their engine and be done. Also any suggestions for anything regarding the HHO cell is appreciated.

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Old 10-24-2008, 12:41 PM
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I have a 2005 4 runner that I want to use a HHO generator on.The problem is that the oxygen sensors will tell the computer that the oxygen level has changed" because the HHO cleans up the exhaust" and the computer will start addiing more fuel thus defeating the purpose of your goal.There are electrical devises that can be incorporated it the system that can fool the senser readings.These are Electronic Control units and I think they have digital units now.Like you say they should be set for town and hiway driving.I read that if you do not know what you are doing when it comes to installing and adjusting these sensers then you can cause major damage to the engine. I am guessing that you could get it leaned out too much and fry it.You might try contacting Eagle Reasearch, they seem to know a lot about HHO.Also and i'm not sure but The Hydrogen Garage might be able to help also.Eagle is where I got most of my info.Sorry I can't give you more info on contacting these companies. Good luck and if I get more info I will pass it along
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Old 11-06-2008, 10:56 AM
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I know this is off topic slightly but do the powerstroke diesels use an O2 sensor? I read somewhere that it doesn't and I wanted to verify.
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No sensors just install and go and you are really not off the topic.Good luck
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