Question about Hyundai Motor 2004 Sonata
It is possible that the LPG dispenser assembly kit is not set right or out of tuning. Check on the kit for the gas flow and the see if the inlet valve clicks on when the engine is switched. if you are not able to do this, get help . take the car to the nearest LPG fitting centre for a proper tuning so that the ratios are set right. This must be tested by you before you are satisfied as sometimes the flow and mixing can be tricky due to failrue of the jets/ nozzles. So after the settting is done do a test drive and only after you do the test for some long drives confirmt he fault to be solved. Hope you try this out. Good day.
Posted on Jul 30, 2010
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Posted on Jan 02, 2017
could be number of problems but often this is caused by valve on the inlet manifold which is electricaly operated and then it allows the gas in but it is also vacumn sensitive so a perished rubber pipe could cause it not to sense the vacumn .best advice without seeing it is to visit a mechanic that is conversant with LPG conversion
Posted on Apr 12, 2010
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