1 way valve?

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1 way valve?

Postby Rozzo » 26 Jul 2010, 22:04

is there a 1 way valve where the filler hose enters the tank?
reason i'm asking is that i want to remove the lpg system from our audi 80 and the gas tank is 3/4 full. in order to remove the filler fitment from the car i need to remove the high pressure fill hose from the back of it but i'm unsure wether this will drain the tank hence my question. i know theres an electronic valve on the outlet but is there owt on the inlet please?
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Re: 1 way valve?

Postby toomanytoys » 27 Jul 2010, 17:04

the fittings on the tank. there should be a non return at the tank as well as the filler point on the bodywork.. :ok
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Re: 1 way valve?

Postby The_blue » 27 Jul 2010, 17:07

I've seen tanks on ebay with the advert stating it's 1/2 full so must be a valve on top.
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Re: 1 way valve?

Postby Rozzo » 27 Jul 2010, 21:58

cheers fellas :ok
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Re: 1 way valve?

Postby Donald360 » 26 Aug 2010, 06:48

I've just removed the whole lpg system from my van and all the tanks are individual sealed units. The only gas loss was a very small amount that was inside pipework.

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