Camshaft sensor

  1. Archford Gandiwa profile image57
    Archford Gandiwaposted 3 years ago

    Camshaft sensor

    help .can not locate camshaft sensor on my vw golf 4 wagon year 2006 , 1.6l capacity where is it situated

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    Carfuelsaveposted 3 years ago

    With today's limited supply of crude oil and geopolitical uncertainties in the Middle East, many people are getting concern about escalating fuel prices and is actively searching for ways to save gas. Gasoline and diesel are the earth's natural resources that are actually limited, and we will soon run out if changes aren't made soon. Due to this concern, there have been many different sources for people to learn different tips to save gas and diesel. On top of that, the "going green" phenomenon and rising food cost, it has caused economic and environmental strife among many households the world over. Because saving gas can help save the environment as well as money, many people are very interested in the different tips to save fuel.

    There has been rumors on the internet that you can actually convert water as an alternative substitution to diesel. However, outright replacement of diesel with water is not possible. What is possible is to use one of the component of water which is hydrogen gas (H2). This is done by installing a device that extracts (H2) from water and channeling it into the engine air intake system. When H2 is mixed with normal diesel and burnt in the combustion chambers, it will create a bigger engine power output. Theoretically, with the same amount of fuel used and a higher engine power, you are improving your vehicle mileage therefore saving money.

    How do you remove hydrogen gas from water? You utilize a simple process call electrolysis. Water is an element made out of 2 parts hydrogen and 1 part oxygen. That is why the chemical name for water is H2O. By passing electricity through water, it will separate the hydrogen or "Brown gas" from water. Brown gas is a highly combustible gas and is perfect to be used as an energy source for cars.

    To convert you car to run on water is by install an electrolysis device. The device can easily be built with parts available from a hardware store. What you will require is some hand tools and good instructional guides. There are many guides you can buy online. Installing the device is not too difficult. Generally, the guides come with step by step instruction with pictures. What you will need is some patience and the dedication to finish the project.

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