Propane tanks are filled to:
Converter freeze up may be caused by:
Which device relieves excess tank pressure on a propane system?
Which device cuts off flow of fuel if the supply line is broken?
On an LPG system which device is incorporated with the main fuel supply (service) valve from the tank?
In the case where the propane tank service valve is shut off and the engine is stopped, excess pressure may develop in the line between the fuel lock off valve and the service valve. Which valve relieves this pressure?
Two advantages to using propane fuel over gasoline are lower fuel cost and cleaner burning fuel, which also results in lower overall maintenance costs.
Any licensed and experienced mechanic can install and service a propane fuel system.
The device which prevents propane from gathering inside the vehicle or escaping to the atmosphere when the engine is shut down is the:
The device which reduces the pressure of the propane before it reaches the engine is the:
The fuel gauge sender in a propane system operates with a completely different wire harness from the fuel gauge in a gasoline system.
An important consideration that a technician will check for when converting a vehicle to an alternate fuel is:
A specialized refueling interlock system is used with all alternate fuel conversions and are installed onto the vehicle to:
When servicing or fueling an alternate fuel vehicle, you should always check to see if:
In order to repair an alternate fuel system in British Columbia, all technicians must be certified by the Gas Inspection Branch.
In an LPG fuel system, the _____________ is required to change the state of the liquid fuel to a vapour.
Propane in the gaseous state is approximately:
Propane fuel, as used for vehicle operation is:
L.P.G. (liquid petroleum gas) is heavier than air.
L.P.G. is stored in tanks and approx. 3000 p.s.i.
Natural Gas is:
Natural gas storage tanks are the same as propane.
Converting and running a high compression diesel engine (eg. 18:1) on natural gas may result in severe detonation.
Natural gas fuel systems use a system that has:
The amount of fuel mixture which enters the engine on a natural gas system is determined by:
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