Join Date: Oct 2004
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Re: HHO injection on 2002 Blazer Xtreme 4.3L Results
We have a guy that comes into our shop with one of these systems on his diesel. He swears it helps but i just laugh every time i see it. I seriously doubt that the tiny amount that these things produce comes even close to being enough for the motor to even notice. If it were me i wouldn't let hydrogen anywhere near the hot engine compartment. As for the o2 sensors you are seriously mistaken here. O2 sensors work by measuring oxygen in the exhaust. Simply put, too much fuel not enough air means that you are rich and all the oxygen will burn but not all the fuel. Too much air not enough fuel is lean and all the fuel will burn but oxygen will be left over for the sensors to pick up. If the system actually does anything it would create a rich condition because there is extra fuel being added to the motor which the computer doesn't know about. Therefore, rich means that very little or no oxygen will be picked up by the sensors. The computer will compensate by adding less fuel to the cylinders. The computer can compensate for this up to around 25 percent adjustment from the base fuel map. After that it turns the check engine light on for a system rich code. So the o2 sensor spacer deal is useless. The sensors will not be fooled by an alternative fuel. And where can i get these plasma plugs. If they can ignite a completely inert liquid like water imagine what they would do to gasoline!
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