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Old 12-02-2004, 17:44   #1 (permalink)
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BA EGAS owners with 80000 to 95000 km's please

G'day
We are the supplier to Ford for the LPG converters. We are interested in speaking to BA egas owners with between 80000 and 95000 km's on the odo who have never had their converter changed (that they know of) and aren't having driveability problems.

If you think you suit as above, please advise as we can talk about the possibility of getting some free work done on your gas system by a Ford dealership. No BS, not a recall, no catches, all warranted etc.
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Please respond to this thread to start. Cheers.
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Old 12-26-2008, 21:07   #2 (permalink)
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Hi, my falcon has 180000 on the clock, don't think it has ever had a new convertor, but it stumbles when it hits 2000rpm, can you help me at all? Have changed spark plugs, coils, drained convertor and cleaned fuel filter, and replaced oxygen sensor. Pulling my hair out and want to burn the thing! Please help! Ta, Nathan
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We have a BF UTE 180000 on factory gas, does this count?
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We had a BA gas work ute and got up to 250,000kms with no issues. Only issue was the gauge sensors went so could not tell how much gas was in the tank. The converter also got clogged with contaminates at around 190,000kms, but fixed by Ford.
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Old 01-04-2009, 05:29   #5 (permalink)
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Re: BA EGAS owners with 80000 to 95000 km's please

I have an egas BA on 92,000km. I had the same guage problem too Silver, got it fixed on the last service. They wrote it down as open circuit in fuel guage on the service report. Car hasnt had a problem other than that, unless you count a few cold night which took a few turns to start.

What did you guys have in mind to look at on that odo range?
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G'Day,
We have a BA factory dedicated gas sedan with 127000kms and the gas converter has never been touched. Useage is mainly open road & country town running. However it has recently developed a difficulty in starting in a situation where it is (easily) started then moved a very short distance. Some time later (maybe up to an hour) it is then very hard to start & seems to not be getting any vapour through to the throttle body. Could this be due to gas freezing in the converter ? It has near new iridium plugs, a healthy battery, is regularly serviced, normally starts easily & performs well.
Are we just lucky so far that we have not had problems (apart from the above)? Do the gas converters really crap out before 100K ? If so are they a reconditionable item?
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