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Old 07-23-2002, 03:44   #1 (permalink)
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Flat spot on gas...

Hi all,
After cleaning the engine bay with high pressure water a few days ago, the car started to have a flat spot on accel. but only on LPG, petrol seems fine, does anyone know what I may have done if anything , it ran beautifully on gas and petrol beforehand...
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Is there an adjustable jet/knob that the water pressure may have moved/rotated?

Was the motor hot or running when you hosed it? - if it was then you may have caused condensation to be formed inside your gas convertor/regulator. Maybe need to go to a gas centre to have them purge it. You could do it yourself except it is illegal to work on the gas system unless you are licenced.
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Yeah the car was running when I cleaned it, thought that was the go , but by the sounds of it maybe not..
So if you put water on the gas unit when its hot , it forms condensation inside the unit itself??
Would this eventually dry out?? Or do I need to pay a guy to purge it..
A couple of times in the past 24 hrs while I have been driving it , it has come good then the next time I drive it it goes back to shit again..
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