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    Question Cultus 2012 EFi Computerized CNG problem

    I read in the manual if the CNG is working normal green LED at the CNG switch will keep ON constantly but if it's not then it'll keep blinking. It happened some months ago also but when I brought it to dealer in warranty for check-up it was rectified, but now after few weeks it has again started flashing. What's the problem? Thanks

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    There is no cure for it and it isnt a problem as well. If you reset the ecu, then the light will not blink for few days
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    Dont worry brother. Open the bonnet, remove/dis-connect the negative or positive terminal of the battery for at least 2 to 3 minutes. Now again connect the terminal you removed and tighten it. Now when u will start the car it will be on petrol and its gas/cng light will not be blinking. Press the conversion button so that the gas light starts blinking. After 90 seconds/1.5 minutes give race to the car so that its RPM increases above 2000 and it will get converted to CNG. Inshallah its CNG light will not be blinking.

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    Dear according to my knowledge
    if the CNG filled in cylinder is of more pressure than prescribed
    the lights will blink
    if within the prescribed limit they wont
    so better check for 200 bars pressure before filling
    or fill up for rs 500
    they wont blink
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    Quote Originally Posted by mbsid786 View Post
    I read in the manual if the CNG is working normal green LED at the CNG switch will keep ON constantly but if it's not then it'll keep blinking. It happened some months ago also but when I brought it to dealer in warranty for check-up it was rectified, but now after few weeks it has again started flashing. What's the problem? Thanks
    bro i bought cultus 2010 a day before yesterday n green light blink for some time as u mentioned but after some time it gets normal
    n e thing to worry about?

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    Default its manufacturing fault in the switch

    i hav cultus 2011, same prob with my cultus just ignore it as per saying my suzuki 3S its manufacturing fault in the switch. Rest if u still want to stop its blinking below mention procedure is the right way by Usman899


    Quote Originally Posted by Usman899 View Post
    Dont worry brother. Open the bonnet, remove/dis-connect the negative or positive terminal of the battery for at least 2 to 3 minutes. Now again connect the terminal you removed and tighten it. Now when u will start the car it will be on petrol and its gas/cng light will not be blinking. Press the conversion button so that the gas light starts blinking. After 90 seconds/1.5 minutes give race to the car so that its RPM increases above 2000 and it will get converted to CNG. Inshallah its CNG light will not be blinking.

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    Thanks alot all of you brothers, really helpful and friendly comments
    @Usman899 Thanks I'll try

    @huzaifaa Yes bro after converting to CNG when it gets normal at that time it's not getting normal just keeps blinking

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    Quote Originally Posted by Usman899 View Post
    Dont worry brother. Open the bonnet, remove/dis-connect the negative or positive terminal of the battery for at least 2 to 3 minutes. Now again connect the terminal you removed and tighten it. Now when u will start the car it will be on petrol and its gas/cng light will not be blinking. Press the conversion button so that the gas light starts blinking. After 90 seconds/1.5 minutes give race to the car so that its RPM increases above 2000 and it will get converted to CNG. Inshallah its CNG light will not be blinking.
    Reseting the ecu will not cure it. It is a fault in the switch. If you are not happy with blinking light then change the switch.
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