Thursday, December 2, 2010

Starting Problem In Winter Morning | CNG vehicles

CNG vehicles take long time to self start in winter morning. This happens because of contraction and freezing of gas in pipes that results in long self power to suck gas in combustion chamber. Long self make battery too weak when gas started entering combustion chamber battery became dead. Gas freezes in low temperature and can not reach combustion chamber.
Best solution is convert your vehicle to petrol before turning off the engine in night. That will make your battery life 70% more than turning off engine on gas for more than 5 hours in winters. You can convert back to gas in morning after warming engine for 5 minutes.
Converting to petrol once in 24 hours will reduce the dry effect in engine due to gas.