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2000 balzer new owner

Old 09-22-2018, 02:36 AM
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hi there, thinking of buying a 2000 model 4.3 from a friend here in uk. 2 small issues with it are service 4wd light comes on now and again and it has a lpg conversion but wont tick over on lpg but will run fine when cruising in it.

any ideas please?
hoping they are small fix's
Old 09-22-2018, 03:47 AM
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Good to see another potential UK Blazer owner as I think we are a bit of a dying breed!
I’m now onto my third and can’t think of anything I would want to replace it with.
The first two both had lpg conversations. One was totally reliable over many miles, the second a complete pain and so high was the fuel consumption on gas that my current petrol Blazer is actually more economical to run.
Generally if it’s a single point system they are pretty straightforward. The multi point systems are more complicated but more efficient.
The best person to speak to is Steve Gill at PoniacJeep UK as he specialises in both Blazers and lpg conversions. He has looked after my vehicles for years and is very helpful.
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