I tell you a reason for that which may be true or not.
In this new cultus vxri they have replaced the conventional T for gas flow control with a LC01 computer and a servo controlled valve.
This servo controlled valve controls the optimum flow of gas to the engine (Replacing the conventional T-knob).
Now what happens is that LC01 issues signals to this servo control valve based on the collected data from oxygen sensor density flow and may be RPM and other input data. This is how this LCO1 control and motor works.
Whenever a bad signal is generated from LC01 or bad data is input to the LC01 computer, it registers a complaint of malfunction in computer memory. As long as this remains in memory the CNG light keeps on blinking.
And when we reset it using batery terminal or laptop computer error log is cleaned and light stops blinking---thats all what the problem is.
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