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boompjes

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About boompjes

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    John

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    Male
  • Toyota Model
    Regius touring hiace
  • Toyota Year
    1999
  • UK/Ireland Location
    Kent
  • Interests
    Motorsport & Racing
  1. Hello. We have just started having the same problem with our lpg converted regius. On the first start of the day (unless we sit on the drive for a few minutes and get the engine up to temperature), as soon as we put the van into gear, or a few yards down the road (having to stop at traffic lights), the engine stalls. It is then flooded but will start ok after a couple of minutes. The problem started about 6 weeks ago. I had the van serviced and took a trip to Holland - everything was fine. Then a week or so later the trouble started. I changed the gas filter, which seemed to help, and then had the lpg system checked and adjusted, and raised the temperature at which the gas kicks in a few degrees. All this seemed to help - the engine runs smoother and slightly more economically. But the problem persists - the van is fine once the engine is up to temperature, and it doesn't recur until an overnight park. Getting the engine toyota checked to see if any sensors are awry next week. Will let you know of any further developments and would love to hear if you got your problem sorted. Very frustrating! Cheers John
  2. Welcome to the Toyota forums boompjes :)