How to Wire a Car's Hydrogenerator How to Wire a Car's Hydrogenerator
Hydrogenerator, also referred to as an HHO generator is a relatively modern car equipment which uses up water and electricity to produce oxy-hydrogen. The gas produced as a consequence can and is used in automobiles, along with gas or diesel oil, to increase engine mileage by 30% to 50%, also resulting in the engine’s improved performance or capability, its reduced temperature and a boost of fuel efficiency without risking your car’s warranty in any way. Thus it is extremely important to have a properly functioning hrdrogenerator in your car to boost not only the cars overall performance but also give better fuel mileage. Wiring a hydrogenerator to a car properly is important for your car’s safety and effective internal running. It is a fairly simple project that you can carry out without much difficulty using the tools and materials mentioned below, as per the steps explained.
Step 1 - Get the Positioning Correct
Take safety measures like wearing hand gloves in order to avoid any possible injury or shock during the process. Once done, begin by positioning your hydrogen generator underneath the hood (possibly towards the side of the vehicle’s battery). These hydrogenerators, if purchased from a commercial outlet, usually come along with their specific brackets and instructions however DIY editions are obviously personalized because of which they need to be tightly fastened against a fixture or the sidewall of your car’s engine compartment.
Step 2 - Attach the Output Tube
Attach the output tube coming out of the generator to your car’s air intake towards the center of the air filter and the engine. However, see to it that if you car’s unit includes a flash suppression system (which is primarily a water container positioned between the generator and the engine), link it as per the specific guidelines mentioned on the unit.
Step 3 - Link the Negative and Positive Posts
Once the output tube has been attached, link up the negative and positive posts respectively. Firstly, fasten the negative post of your hydrogenerator with a vehicle ground which does not necessarily have to be a negative battery cable but can also be your car’s metal frame serving as the focal foundation point. Secondly, tie up the positive post with the ignition relay side of your fuse box which shall assure that power is only provided to your generator once the ignition button is switched on. In effect, when you turn your car off the generator also turns off automatically.
Step 4 - Seal the Connections
Once all the connections have been established (with the generator and air intake tubes all), seal them up thoroughly using silicone sealant. Proceed by finally filling up your hydrogenerator with a particular quantity of water and electrolyte solution (which is generally taken to be sodium bicarbonate) after which you may feel free to use your equipment and reap all the benefits possible from its installation.