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davebigwood66 Posted - 16 Jan 2013 : 9:03:08 PM
hey guys not all the time but randomly my lpg gas pump and the main hose running to manifold freezes up causing car to stall and not re-start because no gas getting through. dose anyone have any suggestions please
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Mechknight73 Posted - 21 Jan 2013 : 11:38:14 PM
Most vehicles on LPG have coolant running through their regulators to stop them from freezing. Check to see if the coolant is flowing through the regulator at idle, and varying revs. It might be that there's something funny going on with your reg, as LPG generally freezes pipes and vessels when it flows very fast from one point to another, such as when you fill the tank. Support Forums © 2005 - 2020 Go To Top Of Page  
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