Re: 2002 Ford Ranger horsepower chips?
Um, I don't think that's what he's talking about. I might be wrong, but...
"gw" <firstname.lastname@example.org> wrote in message
> Do people *still* fall for this crap? The "chip" is a $.02 resistor from
> Radio Shack that fools the computer into thinking that the air temperature
> is -40*. The computer will enrich the mixture, which will then be
> instantly corrected by the O2 sensor as soon as the ECU goes into closed
> loop. Net result - zero. Best case? Waste of gas and a check engine light.
> Don't get the electric supercharger, either.
> "Shakieh31" <UseLinkToEmail@www.autoforumz.com> wrote in message
>> Has anyone tried these "horsepower" chips? They can be found on
>> E-bay and state that they can improve your hp by 15-20. Just curious
>> to see if anyone has tried installing them onto a Ranger and if they
>> actually worked and what problems they had with it. Thanks for all the
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