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lpg gauge

Postby Bessie the camper » 05 Feb 2010, 20:46

hello need help
ive got LPG but no gauge to show me how much is left one day i'll run out is there a gauge out there. i have a bristol 40 change over switch with 4 green lights which i have no idea what they do if ive not started the van for a day or two i only have one light on but as soon as the van started after 5mins have all four lights on any help with this would be grateful
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Re: lpg gauge

Postby eatcustard » 05 Feb 2010, 20:48

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Re: lpg gauge

Postby R0B » 07 Feb 2010, 16:43

the green lights are the gauge.four when its full.one when its near time to refill...


ive got LPG but no gauge to show me how much is left
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Re: lpg gauge

Postby 72BUG » 07 Feb 2010, 17:39

WHS^^^

Although they're not very acurate. All of mine go out while I still have about half a tank left. I tend to go on milage and keep a bit of petrol in the tank in case I get it wrong.
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Re: lpg gauge

Postby Cruz » 10 Feb 2010, 12:58

having to trip on my mileometer I write it all down in the book and keep a check on the MPG too.

I've turned into my Grandad :lol:
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