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I have a BF MKII SERIES Ford Falcon Sedan which has a Factory fitted LPG motor. It backfires when I start the vehicle. Please let me know if it can be fixed.?

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A lean mixture is causing this fault, It is important to have this repaired. if lean only on start not a big fault. if lean on running under load it will burn exhaust valves and top of pistons.

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