I'm in the same boat as Bwillar1.
Since Bwillar1 and I are both running 4 squirrels, maybe the questions I'm going to try to expand on will help him as well, without feeling like I've highjacked his thread .
The principle questions should be similar. Even though there are a couple minor differences in installation specifics.
Any additional feedback from a forum reader out there that has experience wit CA emissions compliance would be appreciated!
I'm installing an electronic ignition module that is essentially the same as the MSD made by Jacobs.
I live in CA and my Jeeps also a DD so it requires routine emissions testing, and my 4 banger is a 93 running OEM fuel injection,
The devils in the details; I need to understand;
1) How to leave enough fuel regulation and emission sensors intact to keep it emission legal Inc; Which sensors should stay connected to the original ECMU.
2) Understand the principles of this modification well enough that when I go in for emissions testing, I can illustrate for the inspection technician exactly why my Jeep's still in compliance.
For instance, is this a defendable assertion? "this ignition module is a minor modification designed to improve fuel efficiency, by improving the combustion of available fuel injected into the combustion chamber."
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