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Old 08-19-2008, 13:21   #1 (permalink)
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need help on my first thread.

I have a 2000 P71 Ford Crown Victoria
OK I have built and installed a hydrogen generator,
i have just purchased a MAF MAP enhancer,
question is at the MAF sensor there are 4 wires marked A,B,C, and D. I know
the green one D is most likley ground,
and the red one, A is Hot,
question is B and C.
B is black with white stripe,
and C is white with black stripe .
one of these goes to the ECU {computer} the other comes from the computer back to the sensor.
could anyone tell me the one that goes to the computer?, I'm to cut and splice in two wires from the enhancer there.
one wire called #1 is connected to the wire still connected to the sensor and a wire called # 2 reconnects the cut wire going on to the ECU { computer}
last wire #3 is just a ground.

I can then adjust the rich and lean gas flow to the injectors compensating for the added hydrogen oxygen fuel. as you know i end up with some crazy mileage some people get up to 50% more or so they say.i think 20% would be more like it,if that.

{see youtube type in HHO} or just use Google to find out more than you will ever need to know about hydrogen generators, be warned some of the information is just not correct and if you go to Ebay some are selling you things you will never need.
you will see generators in a quart jar for sale.that's a joke I'm using over a gallon reservoir and my heat builds up to 120 degrees Fahrenheit { I built mine out of mostly 4 in. PVC
. IF you go this way be careful this stuff is unbelievably explosive.
also i need the correct wire please give answer if you are sure, or i could blow my MAF sensor at $300.00 dollars a pop maybe even my computer
help would be greatly appreciated, thank you guys very much.
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Old 08-21-2008, 09:26   #2 (permalink)
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Re: need help on my first thread.

Hello everyone, found the answer to my own question or at least how to find out what wire goes where. YouTube - MAF/MAP Sensor Adjuster Information HHO sure give my thanks to this dude for putting up something for people that are into HHO or hydrogen enhancement, will tell you one thing before you start, there's a lot more work in this than I ever dreamed. I had gone so far i couldn't quit if you get what I'm saying.

also found the reason that the auto makers don't install this on cars, it takes someone that checks things like water levels and the such Uses 4 oz. per 100 miles {not much but you will run out someday} and then it all goes boom. you know what i mean some of the {won't say the sex thing} that never check their oil, tire pressure etc.even.
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