Cat Lift Trucks (& Caterpillar) GP25N:
Non starter seems like its out of gas

Hi I have 2014 a GP25N gas truck. Was running fine then seems like its out of gas.
I've checked the bottle and it seems about 1/4 full. I've changed the bottle and it still doesn't run. It tries but acts like its starving of gas. Any help would be greatly appreciated.
Regards
Jim
  • Posted 26 Mar 2024 20:25
  • Discussion started by Jim_Nightingale
  • United Kingdom
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have you checked the vapouriser, they have been prone to sticking the valves within them.
  • Posted 29 Mar 2024 03:19
  • Reply by njonessmh
  • United Kingdom
There has been a problem with LP Gas supply over a period now which has affected the engine.

Have a look on the UKMHA website for further info

https://ukmha.org.uk/lpg-fuel-contamination-latest-information/

Also you find a UKMHA member who will come and have a look for you.

Regards

Derek - Champion Forklifts
  • Posted 28 Mar 2024 21:11
  • Reply by DerekMartin
  • Dorset, United Kingdom
Derek Martin

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