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fuel injection (was: Re: Wheels & Upgrades)
On Sat, 18 Apr 1998 21:43:31 -0700 (PDT) firstname.lastname@example.org (Ti Kan) writes:
>Although the K and KE Jetronic fuel injection system on these cars
>is mechanical, cars made for the U.S. since 1980 had to be equipped
>with oxygen sensors and closed-loop fuel-air mixture control,
>therefore an electronic control unit is necessary to achieve this.
Thanks for all the responses. After asking my question, I laid in bed
and remembered that there is such a thing as a full throttle enrichment
switch on the throttle body. Since that little switch has a wire coming
out of it, and not linkage or something, I realized that there is some
control, electronically, of the fuel mixture.
So this black box at AVS, this is different than those "useless" computer
upgrades for the 4kcsq and C-GT from TAP and IA? This is a different
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