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    Default Baleno start on CNG?

    Friends!, Baleno is EFI car, so is it possible one can start Baleno directly on CNG???

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    No, it will start on Petrol but because it is EFI, when temperature gauge will reach to a normal position, it will be shifted to CNG automatically. Baleno is a good economical vehicle. I like it.
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    yes u can do it.when u turn on the ignition (dont start the car)all of the lights on the cng indicator will be blinking.press it once it will go orange meaning it is on petrol then press it again it will go green then just start the car it will start on CNG.ive tried this on my baleno and on an APV it works.

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    EFI car starts on petrol then converts to petrol ...
    agreed to shahzadmansoor it works ...but do what is recommended
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    yeah it starts on cng..my friend starts his baleno on cng all the time
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    Agree with shahzadmansoor. I had baleno and this worked with FF CNG kit
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    @sohail bhai, its posssible, but sum wire has to be removed from the button

    @shahzadbhai, mayb wat u are saying works with the FF cng models, but i have Local Cng LandiRenzo, in our baleno i had tried ur method but as the i turnd the key to start it reseted, nd went back to petrol.

    once my cars fuel system had been faulty, so i had to do this the mechanic removed sum wire, i forgot.
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    No problem, Just take out change over switch from dashboard,there is an adjusting screw on the back of the switch turn it fully clockwise at the end with light hand,now start the engine green cng indcation light start to blink then turn the adjusting screw anti clockwise slowly till the green light stop blinking.Fix the switch back into dashboard.
    Now whenever u start the engine it will quickly convert on cng.
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    @shahzad mansoor

    in my opinion it starts because its got some fuel in the injectors left to start it..

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    Brother,for ur information, whenever engine is shutt off,there is nothing left in injectors.
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