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Old Aug 10th, 2019, 18:22   #1
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Default System fault and unknown type

Ive acquired a V70 with an lpg system but so far I have not managed to run on gas.

Unknown fault or where to start with what could be the issue. Tips and hints welcomed.

Ill post some pictures to help anyone who could know the system and give advice on what could be my issue. Just does not want to switch when I press the button or on its own when at operating temperature.
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Old Aug 10th, 2019, 23:19   #2
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Well its LPGTech, low budget system but the software is easy to get.

You will need to connect to the system to diagnose the fault
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You shouldn't need to press the switch, it should change automatically. When you first start the car, it will have one LED flashing on the switch steadily. Once up to temperature, it should change colour and become steady.

Somewhere i've got information on an LPGTech system, i'll try and find it.
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