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Old 04-18-2009, 01:35 PM   #10 (permalink)
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Smile Zemco Trip Computer

Dear,

I understood that you said for a front wheel drive car the Zemco will need an extra sensor.

What I need to know is how the Zemco 44 TC connects to a carburated engine. If you can scan the connections diagram, I will know if I take the risk or not.

At last, "a carburated engine" means a non-injected engine, that is, the fuel flow sensors are not attached to injectors. That is exactly what I need: to sense the fuel flow somewhere else. It probably uses mechanic flow sensor, and that is what I need.

If you do not want to send me more info about the Zemco 44, then please tell me about the fuel flow sensors it uses, and where can I get them. Just give me the brand and model. Of course a picture will be a useful complement.

Thank you in advance for sharing that info with me.








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Originally Posted by clbolt View Post
As described, this is designed for a carbureted engine, and diesels don't use carburetors. Any adaptation work that this would require would be at your own risk. I've listed everything I know about this unit.
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