1993 Chevy Caprice Classic

by Jerry

Engine is a 305

Would the analog EFIE be suitable for this model?

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toyota corolla 1997 1.6
by: Alex

my car is toyota corolla 1997 1.6 Which EFIE Do I Need?

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by: Anonymous

Hey Jerry,

You have 1 narrow band sensor upstream of your catalytic converter so one of our single narrow band EFIE?s is what would work.

We still recommend the new ?Quad Digital EFIE Basic? to work with any narrow band sensor.

But yes, the analog will work

Digital EFIE's have the following benefits
1. Can make the air/fuel mix much leaner than earlier designs. With this device you can lug down your engine, and often kill it if you set it too lean.
2. Absolutely rock steady adjustment no matter what temperature the environment. Will vary less than 1/2 of 1% over it's rated temperature range of -40 to 125 Centigrade.
3. Will work with older, "tired" oxygen sensors that should have been replaced. Other EFIE styles may require these to be replaced. Mind you, if they are old, they should still be replaced. But if they are working prior to your EFIE install, they will still work with this EFIE.
4. One adjustment pot modifies both upstream (Digital) EFIEs equally, and similarly, one pot adjusts both downstream (Analog) EFIEs. This makes these devices easier to set.

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