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    Default civic vti 98 - stopped while driving

    hi all.

    i was driving my car i.e civic vti 98 on CNG. then i convert it on petrol. after 4-5 km car was not talking more the 3k rpm. then i convert it to cng, same thing happen. n then gradually its rpm reduce and car get off.
    kindly need your help.

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    Doesn't it start again when you Fire the engine?
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    @bango
    nop

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    For a start, justremove the battery terminals and put them on again after a couple of minutes. This should reset the ECU.

    The way it stalled it can be anything from the timing sensor giving up to something going into the air intake.

    Start with resetting the ECU (battery terminals), then open the air filter box and see if you can find something out of ordinary.

    The last thing should be the timing sensor - shouldn't cost more than 3k from bilal ganj.
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    thanks bango. day before yesterday i went for CNG tunning. he advances my car on petrol. could that create som problem?

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    is your check engine light working?
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    Limp mode!
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    ^^ I asked because of main relay failure, and being Pakistan the check light could be connected to something else like the oil warning or alternator warning light.
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    @Xulfiqar
    yes engine check light is working.

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    car is taking self. starts and immediately stall.

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    anyone?

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    Quote Originally Posted by Xulfiqar View Post
    ^^ I asked because of main relay failure, and being Pakistan the check light could be connected to something else like the oil warning or alternator warning light.
    hahaha :p yeah you never know - you pull your e-brake and there pops the check light wtf check light with the e-brake - paki electricians
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    check fuel pressure and pull the error codes from the ECU, you need to short the 2 pin green connector by the ECU, the check light will flash out the ECU errors.

    The errors are read as

    short blink - 1
    long blink = 10

    check and post your finding - also check fuel pressure, a no cost way is to check for fuel after the rail pressure regulator - this can be wrong if the regulator is bad. Most low fuel pressure problems are due to a blocked fuel filter.
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    Whats the update? Have u sorted it?

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