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    Hello Everyone,

    I have bought Honda City 2010 with CNG Installed in it. The Petrol Gauge goes down even if the car is on cng. Please suggest the way out from here. What really is the reason behind it? Do we have petrol and cng being consumed simultaneously? If not , how can this bug be fixed?

    Would appreciate your comments on this. Thanks


    Amad


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    I have posted earlier in some other forum as well, about this fuel gauge needle dropping issue while driving on cng. No to need to install any fuel correction device to avoid any mess up with your electrical wiring. Just disconnect battery terminal for 10 minutes or so and you'll get correct reading on fuel gauge, its as simple and i do it always.

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    Its not a problem and do't let anyone tell you any different...

    We have a City 2010 on CNG (My dad LOVES CNG ).. And we still face the same problem... It's no big deal...

    If you are indeed conscious about how much petrol your car has then top up the tank and drive...

    Problem solved..

    P.S: The car performs exceptionally well on CNG but just my 2 cents, drive it on petrol... This car was designed to go farther...

    Cheers...
    Driving is not about going from point A to point B, it is the point...

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