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Old 12-28-2011, 09:54 PM
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Just bought a 05 powerstroke with hydrogen system

I just bought this truck and found the hydrogen system is installed can someone tell me what it does or where I can get hydrogen. Thank you
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If im not mistaken the system makes its own hydrogen from water or awater with a chemical mix. I cant rember what chemical though. You should have a box of some kind on it with a power supply hooked up to it.
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You need to find out what co made the one you have and Google it and
read up on what all it does, and how it works. I don't know anything
about them, also Welcome to The Org.
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Old 12-31-2011, 09:11 PM
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it sounds like its an HHO Generator used to increase fuel mileage by making its own hydrogen and it is tapped into the intake. Like WD40 said, see who the manufacturer is and do some more research on the internet for it.
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i have looked over and over. there is not a brand on it. it is just two containers under the bed with blue lids and in the bed there is like a filling container i believe is for water. and behind the seat is a box with a switch i believe to turn it all on.
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i have looked over and over. there is not a brand on it. it is just two containers under the bed with blue lids and in the bed there is like a filling container i believe is for water. and behind the seat is a box with a switch i believe to turn it all on.
get rid of it
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get rid of it
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Yep. Get rid of it. It is doing nothing positive for you.
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