He was never gone
Hmm, JazakALLAh bhai for the advice, I'll surely hit him with the queries
Yaar, what I said is because I have a small experience in this regard, there was a car with my friend, a honda civic, which used to sputter a lot while converting on CNG, it was newly installed in it. We showed it to a mechanic and he said "OOOOOHHHHHH, chaal da puttar, khota, pagal". According to him, the CNG installer had not installed the petrol "cut off" relay, so he opened up some wiring under the dashboard and installed a small white switch type box inside, and after wards when the car switched to CNG or petrol, it clicked and the problem went away.
And yes I know, the taxi walas don't fill petrol in their cars and instead have gotten them direct start on CNG, almost all of them have their petrol pumps burnt.
But what you said regarding that is also quite true that excess fuel is returned to the tank.
Yes, that's true as well. But of course, I didn't mean it that way. What I meant is a chuck if breaks off of the fuel filtration system, it would convert to small form, in theory you can say a lot of carbon is travelling towards the engine/injectors at once. This amount of carbon would've otherwise traveled in like "years" of vehicle use.
Yes of course I'll ask them everything before getting stuff done, market research and home work is my basic priority. Currently the car is not in use, I'll get the stuff done to it asap once I get free.
On CNG, well I guess its the spark plugs, since they're more than 40k kms used. I last replaced them at 190k or so.
I am a very calm driver, dead or slow accelerating cars aren't much of a problem to me, what I want the most is that a car should be trouble free and responsive. I can't bear driving something which would die in case of a lazy downshift. It also gives jerks sometimes, as if someone tried to kill the ignition but it came back up and managed to survive, I guess the plugs fail to fire properly or one of the ignition coils is a bye bye for me.