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HHO generator wiring

Would like to know where I would conect a HHO generator wire to the MAF sensor?

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The hho generator power and ground does not go to the maf sensor. what you need is a maf /map regulator, but it has no connection with the generator. it is just helpfull by saving gas if a hho generator is installed. If you have o2 sensors in the exhaust pipe, you need a EFIE first!!! more questions, no problem,, greetings, ****

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