Nedavno Steve Sears pise:
| The temperature:rpm correlation should be about right, as the LPG will
| turn to a more diffuse gas with greater heating, and you are using the
| engine coolant to heat the LPG, right?
I think that engine coolant is used only to keep vaporizer from freezing
and it perhaps heets lpg spmewhat, but I think that does not make any
| It sounds like the ISV is indeed working, but the feedback from it
| being designed for a different purpose than LPG sounds like it may be
| causing the problem (by working properly!) - I suggest that you may
| have to rig in a way to disable the ISV when you are running LPG, as
| the engine runs properly when you're running on gasoline, correct?
No. It is the same, gasoline or lpg, I did some more testing. Perhaps a
problem is not so big on gasoline as it is on lpg, but it is there.
| Thus, when the LPG turns on(engine at required temperature), then you
| would have to take the ground connection away from the ISV. I expect
| that there may be a relay doing that already - to shut off the fuel
I can install a switch to disconnect ISV, but as I just wrote I have the
same problem with gasoline too.
| BTW, the Audiworld type 44 (aka type $$) forum, which covers
| 100/200/5000/V8(and, apparently 500 in South Africa and other places)
| - appears as: http://forums.audiworld.com/v8 /
| - it's not just V8's covered in there
I will check thaere, thanks.
| And the "Haynes" manual?.......ugggh! When you read "Assembly is the
| reverse of removal" you'll realize why the Bentley Manual is worth the
| extra$ for those who actually do work on their car.
It seems like I will have to get the Bentley Manual, I just received
Haynes manual for '77 Puch Maxi that I own, and I am completely
disappointed. It looks like "complete idiots guide" to disassemble and
assemble moped's engine. I did that without the manual.
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