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Old 01-09-2014, 04:05 AM   #1 (permalink)
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There is no DFCO entry on Wikipedia

I guess that we can quote our glossary page:
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Deceleration Fuel Cut Off, a condition where fuel injection stops when the accelerator is released and engine speed is above a target determined by the computer. The engine continues turning via the transmission, driven by the vehicle's momentum. Once below the threshold engine speed (1300-1500ish rpm), fuel injection resumes allowing the engine to continue to run.
http://ecomodder.com/forum/showthrea...e-ii-3505.html

although this does not mention that it maintains power steering and brakes.

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I guess that we can quote our glossary page:

http://ecomodder.com/forum/showthrea...e-ii-3505.html

although this does not mention that it maintains power steering and brakes.
It also keeps the battery charged.
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One problem in finding listings like this, is that different manufacturers may refer to the same function by different names.
For example, Datsun calls it Fuel Shut-Off in the manual and from memory Mitsubishi simply used the term Fuel Cut.

When mentioning this function on other forums, I now write Deceleration Fuel Cut Off in full to avoid confusion.
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I still cannot find a source for the law requiring DFCO, but since any idiot can modify Wikipedia, I went ahead!

I just copied it directly from our wiki. I will add information as I gain it. Hopefully someone with more information will contribute.

Curiously, it says there is not a user named Xist, until I tried to create an account.

https://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/User_t...n_fuel_cut-off

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