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I have Suzuki Liana CNG. it has back fire problem. kindly help me in it that which part is making this problem.

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First of all check for leakages in CNG piping, use soapy water for leak detection, check all the clamps for tightness. There is one rubber pipe going from reducer valve to the suction duct check its condition and leaks. if no leaks, then try cleaning MAF sensor (Mass Air Flow) installed on throttle body, also clean Lambda sensor installed in exhaust. Use correct type of cleaners. For more details u can email me at ihsaan_99@yahoo.com

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Hi there:
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