Wednesday, September 29, 2010

Frozen LPG converter and carby

This is what happens when you drive back from Sydney with low radiator fluid, start up the next morning and drive off without topping up. You dont drive far...
Radiator fluid/coolant heats up the converter. Necessary as the conversion from liquid to gas results in very low temps. No coolant = frozen converter = no go.
  Frozen gas also freezes the gas carby. Fortunately I popped the bonnet, topped up the radiator and the Pano started after a few seconds. One of the joys of LPG ownership. 

1 comment:

  1. Dear Buyer / Buyer mandate
    We currently have JETFUEL, A1, JP54, D2, D6, Available On FOB Rotterdam / Hosuton with good and workable procedure, whereby the buyer will dip in seller's tank for proof of product.
    Kindly Contact us via ( russianoilandgastradingllc@bk.ru ) for SCO.

    BELOW PRODUCT ARE AVAILABLE WITH BEST OFFERS - FOB CI DIP AND PAY FOB PRODUCTS AVAILABLE

    JP54: Quantity: 500,000-2,000,000 Barrels
    JetA1: Quantity: 500,000-2,000,000 Barrels
    D2: Quantity: 50,000-150,000 Metric Tons
    D6 Virgin: Quantity: 400,000,000-800,000,000 Gallon

    Sincerely,
    Mrs Alesya Balashova
    Email: russianoilandgastradingllc@yandex.ru
    Email: russianoilandgastradingllc@bk.ru
    Skype: russianoilandgastradingllc

    ReplyDelete