Hyster H2.5FT:
Cranks good, runs for 10 seconds afterwards it dies

I will try to be short, this forum was so helpful to me, so i will try to return something back
Its an LPG truck with Mazda 2.2L engine, with the Aisin LPG system. So we have this issue from a while. The truck starts good , runs fine for a couple of seconds then dies. After a couple of minutes , starts again and runs for another 10-15 seconds an dies again. So i have a similar machine on my shop, and we changed the regulator, the lpg injector, the map sensor, and so on. Clean the fuel filter, the and the PCV valve. Also we removed the Catalytic converter, and that helps , because now it starts every time. But still dies out after some seconds. Because i was not that familiar with the brand i didn`t know , that the camshaft position sensor is on the distributor itself. So i have changed the whole distributor assembly and everything is working great. It was a pain in the a$$ for a couple of weeks. So i had to share it.
  • Posted 13 May 2024 17:05
  • Discussion started by Ivan_Takev
  • Sofia-city, Bulgaria
i.takev@abv.bg

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