Frequently Asked Questions




GENERAL QUESTIONS & Vehicle Application


1. If I decide to build and install an HHO Kit in my vehicle, will I get rust or corrosion in the engine?


No- the fuel [gas or deisel] produces more than enough heat during combustion to burn any residual moisture. The engine temps are high enough to keep it as a vapored steam until it exits the exhaust system. Normal engines produce moisture and condensation all the time- the reason exhaust systems are made of stainless steel.

2. Do the instructions show me how to install my HHO Generator?

Yes, you receive instruction on How to Build AND Install your HHO Generator including simple wiring instructions and where and how to connect the HHO Generator to your engine. Any person who is even mildly mechanically inclined can do it. A professional mechanic could easily do the job in a couple of hours.

3. Will the HHO Generators work on both Fuel Injection and Carbureted engines?

Yes, however you must use a form of computer compensation for fuel injected vehicles. The best method is to use the new Volo FS2 Fuel Saver Chip, which we provide a link to their website on our download page. The FS2 will control your 02 sensors and ignition timing to work best with your HHO system. Other methods include an E.F.I.E Device or Oxygen Sensor extenders, which we provide information on both of these methods as well.

On both carbureted and fuel injected engines, connect the HHO injection hose directly into the air filter box.


4. Is there any kind of guarantee that comes with my HHO Plans?


Yes there is a 60 Day guarantee. If you build and install an HHO Generator and don't increase your mileage, we will refund your money. If you cant understand the instructions or change your mind, we will refund your money.

Remember, if your vehicle is a fuel injected vehicle, with an OBD1 or OBD2 "On Board Diagnostics", you must use either the Volo FS2 Fuel Saver Chip, O2 sensor extenders or EFIE device to "trick" the vehicle computer so it does not detect the extra oxygen in the exhaust gas.


5. What is the "O2 Sensor" and why does it matter?

The Oxygen Sensor aka "O2 sensor" is a small measuring device about the size of thick spark plug (a little longer). It is always located ON the exhaust pipe. Older models (OBD1) usually just have one right before the catalytic converter, newer models have 2, 3, 4, and a few have 5. But the only ones that matter are the ones BETWEEN the engine and catalytic converter (which is near the exhaust muffler) - these are the ones that measure the amount of O2 (oxygen) coming out of the engine. This sensor then sends a signal to the cars computer to either INCREASE the amount of fuel it's injecting into the engine, or DECREASE it.

The cars computer has only been programmed with information regarding regular fuels (whatever it was designed for). When you make an effiicient HHO generator, you are injecting a LOT more oxygen in to the engine (which is actually GOOD, but the computer thinks something is wrong). The computer thinks the engine isn't working properly and adds more fuel to burn the extra oxygen. If you don't add a Volo FS2 Fuel Saver Chip or EFIE, you could actually lose mileage with an HHO generator.

6. Is it Safe to Use Plumbing Parts for the more basic HHO Systems?

Absolutely! Don't be deceived by the look and simplicity of the more basic HHO Systems - they are designed to be easy and inexpensive to put together. These parts are available around the world making it accessible for millions of people to be able to buy it, build it, and save gas, money, and clean the environment. The Black ABS parts are good to about 190 Degrees, White PVC about 170 Degrees. The container doesn't get much hotter than about 95 - 100 Degrees, so it's perfectly safe. It's also QUICK to put together so you can get up and running fast.

7. What do I do to protect the HHO Generator during cold weather?


First of all the HHO generators use distilled water and Potassium Hydroxide, an alkaline. It can help prevent the freezing down to about zero degrees. Once the power switch is turned on the HHO gen will immediately begin to heat up. If you want to have added protection against freezing.

1, Use denatured alcohol or ethyl alcohol, mix 1 part alcohol to every 5 parts vinegar.
2, Insulate the circulation tank/pump and Brick cell with foam pipe wrap insulation, get it at Home Depot or Lowes

8. How often do I need to check or change the water?

It depends on the size of the container you choose to build. If yours is approximately 12" high, and the plates are at the bottom, you need to check the water once a week, depending on driving habits. The kits we are making come with an added water reservoir that only needs to be checked when the refill light comes on to alert you. A simple water level sensor connected to an LED light in the vehicle dashboard can be used.

9. How do I know how many O2 Sensors I have?

Very simple- Look at your engines exhaust manifold. If you have a 4 cylinder engine- you will generally see one sensor very close to the engine on the exhaust pipe and follow it down to the catalytic converter. If you have a V6 or V8, you generally have 2. There are generally 2 sensors before the catalytic converter- one on each side of the engine exhaust manifold. They are about the size of a large spark plug and have 1 to 4 wires going to them in general. You will have to peak under the car to find them, but they're all always pretty close the back side of the engine and are in the exhaust pipes BEFORE they come together and enter the catalytic converter.

Many cars have 2 more further back- but they don't matter.


10. Is it possible to run the vehicle on just HHO alone without any other fuel?


Yes and No. There was one man (Stanley Meyer) in the 70's who did run a system purely on water- he installed and ran it for several years in a modified dune buggy. Unfortunately he died before it could be produced and shared with the generl public (how convenient for the gas companies).

No one has come close to matching his efficiency, though there are a few have succeeded in running a small generator on HHO gas alone. But there are bugs that need to be worked out yet.

11. Is it dangerous to have HHO gas under my hood?


Not any more dangerous than having gasoline under there. The "wet cell" HHO Generators that our plans teach you how to make include a PRV (pressure relief valve) so that if there is any backfire or the hho gas gets any spark in it at all, the PRV valve opens to allow all pressure to escape. If this happens, all you have to do is reset the valve and you are ready to go again with no damage. Dry Cells are more safe and do not need pressure relief valves on the generator itself. The "bubbler" is ment to pop open if too much pressure builds up. NOTE: never glue down the lid of the bubbler, leave it snug so it can pop off under pressure. Like gasoline, HHO gas is explosive, which is why it helps increase your mileage. Unlike gasoline, you make only what you need (Hydrogen on demand), so you're not storing 20-30 gallons of it under the back seat like gasoline or diesel. You only have a tiny amount being stored in the hoses as it is drawn into the engine.

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12. Okay, I am not to mechanically inclined, what do I do then?

We have people who need these but are not very mechanically inclined. There are also those that don't want to build a Hydrogen Generator from scratch, they just want to put one on their car and start saving gas and money.

If you are not inclined, we suggest asking a neighbor, friend or relative to install it - many times they will do it for very little money or for free because they want to see if it does work (and it does!). The other option is to take the kit to a local mechanic with instructions- a good mechanic should be able to install it within a few hours, and you'll be up and running.

13. Do I have to make any changes to my vehicles engine or vehicle computer?

Absoultely NOT. On newer vehicles, the engines computer reads the info from the O2 sensor, Throttle position sensor and the Mass air flow sensor and then makes the necessary adjustments to the fuel/air mixture automatically.

The best results are obtained using the new Volo FS2 Fuel Saver Chip, which is a mini computer that teaches your cars computer how to adjust to the fresh inflow of HHO Gas. You can find a link to buy the Volo FS2 Fuel Saver Chip at our download page after your purchase of the HHOSuperPack. Your vehicle will return back to normal Factory Settings when you remove the chip. The chip or HHO Generator will not alter the computer.

14. I am having trouble finding room for it - can I put it in a different container?

Sure! The ABS container we teach you to build has been widely in use for some time. It's cheap, quick, and easy to build, which is why it's popular. However, every persons car is different. Some find room in between the radiator and front grill (which usually removes with just a few bolts) others in the engine compartment, next to the radiator or close to the firewall. Others install the HHO System in the trunk and run a hose under the vehicle to the Air Filter, with 2 safety bubblers in between. One with the system itself, and another bubbler under the hood to act as stage 1 flashback protection.

Others use plexiglass to make a new rectangular container, but be careful to use GOOP, not silicone to glue the joints as it will not hold up under alkaline conditions. Some are able to hunt and find different containers all together by laying the plate stack on its side instead of standing vertically.

Dry Cell HHO Generators are usually the best option, most measure at only 6x6 inches squared.

The bottom line is to be creative. Whatever it takes to get the HHO generator working- it's worth it.


15. Will this void my vehicle warranty?

Conditions that may void a vehicle's warranty are specified in a law called the Moss-Magnusson Act which stipulates dealers cannot void warranties because vehicles have aftermarket parts. If the dealer can prove a particular aftermarket part caused a particular failure, they can disallow the claim for that issue only. For example, if your engine fails, the dealer can't refuse to fix it because the car has aftermarket wheels. However, if the engine has been modified, they may have a case and may deny the claim. We don't modify engines in any way.

16. Do I have to Modify my engine or computer?

No modifications to your engine whatsoever. The only thing you need for your vehicle computer is the new Volo FS2 Fuel Saver chip, and only if your vehicle is fuel injected. The Volo Chip does not modify the computer, it only tricks the computer with "fake signals".

17. How do I know if this will work on my vehicle model?

We have not encountered a vehicle yet that HHO Generators will not work on. This technology works on ALL vehicle types EXCEPT Electric Hybrid's: HHO Works with Gasoline, Diesel, Propane, Biodiesel, Cars, Trucks, SUV's, Boats, Motorcycles. If it has an Internal Combustion Engine, HHO will increase the mileage of that engine.

18. What if I want a refund?

Just check your email for your transaction receipt, and follow the instructions to submit a dispute for a refund. Your refund will process within 7 days.



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