QUOTE(J1@l_ l_l l\l @ Aug 2 2010, 05:39 PM)
I didn't visit the link posted but will go have a look later.
The reason I was asking is because of I saw U were saying "FICD is used on cars with EFI only
", didn't U?
As the matter of fact, it isn't only tht car mentioned in the thread has managed to get the FICD installed, there are many carburettor inducted cars out there tht are fitted with FICD, one of a good examples is the VPC22 (Nissan) with A15 carburettor engine.
U may go and clarify with any automotive air-cond contractor or workshop if U are unsure bout FICD on carburettor running engines.
I'm driving a fuel carburettored Saga LMST.
Added on August 2, 2010, 5:45 pm
U were telling tht FICD "only works for fuel injection engine" in Ur previous post, I didn't know tht U were specific to the Toyota FICD.
erm... which post u mean??.. in zth??.. dat one mayb misleading as i was still newbie dat time...
ok, for confirmation... most FICD fitted to fuel injection engines to cure A/C idling problem is that toyota FICD (actually it is made by denso, fitted in toyota AE101/AE111)... how it works in a fuel injection engine is dat it leaks some air into the intake manifold bypassing the throttle body... MAP sensor detects the drop in manifold pressure, squirts more fuel in to bring up the revs... idling rpm can be tuned by determining how much air leaked in by adjusting the valve at the FICD...
how FICD works in carburetor is totally different... carburetor engines dont need to specifically use toyota FICD (which is the one i mentioned above)... it basically jz need a electrical valve (which is also called as FICD), idle load compensator (ILC) and some vacuum hoses... this is how it works... outlet of the FICD is connected to the intake manifold while the inlet is connected to the ILC... once the A/C compressor kicks in, the valve opens, allowing air to be sucked in through the FICD... a low pressure in the vacuum hose will actuate the ILC.... ILC is mounted close to the carburetor, which acts as an actuator to push onto the carburetor throttle lever....
QUOTE(J1@l_ l_l l\l @ Aug 2 2010, 11:31 PM)
Tht is if,r ight? If U wanna die faster because of Ur retarded mind, go ahead plz. IF ma.
Should I say Ur blind or Ur were born without eyeball in Ur eye. U don't read or U r suffering frm memory lost?
Dunt simply bark with all those fxxkxxg lc stories of in sequence like a mad dog without even know vat have U written here U gxx dxxx mf.
I got no idea vats wrong with Ur capability of understanding simple language.
Dnm, now U came up with the words stock item la, retrofit la, normally la, wtf toyota implementation la, blar blar blar. U know vat? Nah ,,l,, Go n look at vat U've written b4 U try to act smart monkey here lah , would U, cxbxx kniar.
Can rmb dis ar? "FICD is used on cars with EFI only", don't U know the simple meaning of ONLY? Huh?
Perhaps "So, U'd really confirm tht FICD can be installed only in fuel injected engines?" Did I say stock or retrofit? Can't U read?
I guess Ur not a retarded 1 kot, r U? Huh? Vats Ur gxx dxxm problem?
i dont understand a single rant in ur post... if wanna retaliate, give some facts ler...