PRODUCING GAS, NOW... WHERE TO HOOK UP? 1997 FORD RANGER

by George
(Como, NC)

I am producing HHO Gas and have the tube running to the air intake, which on a 1997 Ford Ranger, is not pulling any vacuum. I am using the Venturi Effect to pull the gas into the air intake hose, right at the carb {gate} end. I am assuming that not much HHO Gas is introduced this way, in idle, until the truck gets rolling enough to force some air movement into the air intake. Anyway... there is no vacuum HERE. So, I want to hook another supply line to the manifold intake, because IT is under vacuum, and would therefore {I presume}, pull gas into the carb IN IDLE, and at very slow speed. CAN ANYBODY TELL ME HOW TO DO THIS? CAN I USE THE VACUUM LINE THAT CONNECTS THE BRAKE DRUM CANISTER TO THE INTAKE MANIFOLD? THERE IS ALREADY A UNUSED LITTLE METAL TUBE COMING OUT FROM UNDERNEATH THE MANIFOLD HEAD, DIRECTLY OVER THE CARB, POINTING TOWARDS THE RADIATOR. IT HAS A FACTORY PLASTIC CAP/COVER THAT JUST SLIPS OFF. CAN I USE THIS TO CONNECT THE HHO GAS SUPPLY LINE? Thanks.

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Hello
What ever you do do not supply or connect to the brake line or fuel line. There is no need for any type of vacuum draw what so ever. Any quality generator will push the HHO on its own. Just introduce the HHO to the air cleaner. That will work nicely.

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