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Identify a compuvalve?

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  • Identify a compuvalve?

    Hello,
    I'm looking for some help identifying a compuvalve I currently own. It was purchased as a take-off from a low-mileage CNG vehicle (F150, about 1999) a few years ago. I recently sold it with a guarantee to fit/work, but it was returned, with assurance that the problems was only that it didn't fit. I would like to find a way to avoid a repeat of the same situation. The model number on the unit is V22-100 and the serial number is PE001767. Is this enough to identify it's potential use? And how can I get it checked to see if it actually works?
    Any help would be greatly appreciated.
    Thanks,
    Ken

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    Re: Identify a compuvalve?

    You might try these guys, who actually rebuild/repair the old compuvalves. They may have specs to assist you.
    http://compuvalverepairs.com/?compuvalve-repair
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