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gc50 starting fault
Gc50 lpg truck First visit to truck wouldn't start found spark plugs at fault replaced and cleaned dis cap out starting [url removed] of days later wouldn't start no fault code [url removed] good to [url removed] solinod working found no gas coming out off [url removed] truck was starting up but lumpy not firing on all cylinders then it will be OK for the rest of the day.
Next DAy in morning truck started up used for 10 mins then they parked truck up went to start truck wouldn't fire up turning over went in truck fired up but not picking up like not firing on all cylinder when going the rest of the day working fine no problem starting and [url removed] couple of days fine then started to have this fault again
  • Posted 15 May 2014 11:06 PM
  • • Modified 16 May 2014 04:44 AM by poster
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