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GrahamV
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LPG System: Bedini LPG
Car: Jeep Grand Cherokee

Car won't switch to LPG

Post by GrahamV » Tue Mar 30, 2010 6:13 pm

Hi there,
Does anybody know anything about the Bedini LPG system? My car was working fine and I was switching to LPG without problem, suddenly one day I switched and the engine died. Switched back to petrol no problem. It has happened that suddenly. It is as though a fuse has blown but I can't find any fuses. Any suggestions would be much appreciated. Many Thanks.

mak-uk
Posts: 288
Joined: Mon Sep 03, 2007 8:48 pm
LPG System: Prins VSI
Car: BMW 540iA Sport
Location: All over the UK

Re: Car won't switch to LPG

Post by mak-uk » Tue Mar 30, 2010 8:53 pm

Hi

I THINK Bedini no longer operate but a quick search reveals:

The small button on the bottom of the change over switch is the reset button and uses a combination of using the three positions on the change over switch and the reset button at various engine speeds. You can also check the lambda sensor is switching on one of the LEDs during this procedure.

Other than that, maybe contact the LPGA/UKLPG to see if they have a contact for them.
Mak
Site Owner
2001 BMW 540i Auto Sport Saloon
~300 BHP; ~320 ft/lbs, Prins VSI system

GrahamV
Posts: 2
Joined: Tue Mar 30, 2010 6:05 pm
LPG System: Bedini LPG
Car: Jeep Grand Cherokee

Re: Car won't switch to LPG

Post by GrahamV » Wed Mar 31, 2010 5:56 pm

Thanks Mac,

Can you please clarify "uses a combination of using the three positions on the change over switch and the reset button at various engine speeds"?

Also, where would the lambda sensor be located?

Thanks again for your help.

mak-uk
Posts: 288
Joined: Mon Sep 03, 2007 8:48 pm
LPG System: Prins VSI
Car: BMW 540iA Sport
Location: All over the UK

Re: Car won't switch to LPG

Post by mak-uk » Tue Apr 06, 2010 11:09 am

Google search reveals Bedini sales: 01423 781141..don't know if it still works.
Mak
Site Owner
2001 BMW 540i Auto Sport Saloon
~300 BHP; ~320 ft/lbs, Prins VSI system

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