Question about Mitsubishi Lancer
When car is cold within 1000 metres it idles off to a stall then is ok when temperature starts to move . does it on lpg only.
Yes its on lpg only. thats a common problem of lpg fuel system its stall when the engine is not hot becuse the lpg that supply to your engine is on lequid phase. thats cuase the spark plug not to burn it totaly. i recomend you to go to the service center where the can adjust the switching of the system. thanks
Posted on Jan 15, 2013
LPG fueled vehicles are inherently "cold-natured" due to the temperature drop when the "liquid" gas under pressure reverts to gaseous state causing a frost build up around nozzles and jets. The only solutions are to start on pump gas until up to operating temperature and the switch fuels, or allow the engine to warm up to operating temperature on LP gas before driving, thus avoiding the stall point.
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Posted on Jan 02, 2017
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