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  • 03 F150 CNG Removal Help

    I have a Ford F150 that came with a CNG kit installed that I never ended up using, I also then ended up moving states and removing the CNG tank from the truck bed, however I believe I am now having issues due to the remainder of the CNG kit still attached, and would appreciate any help or information on how to remove it.

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    It is also in the way of almost the entire engine block, making it almost impossible to do self repair, and causing higher prices due to labor hours when work is done.

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    • #3
      Is it a factory install or an aftermarket that the previous owner installed. I have installed three cng kits on three different trucks and the hardest one was on a fuel injected engine. Is your truck fuel injected or carburetor.

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        It’s a fuel injected engine. No clue how or when the CNG kit was installed, all I know is it’s killing a perfectly good truck

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          Does it have 2 sets of fuel rails, and the cng injectors go into the same port as the gasoline injector with a 90 degree curved side adapter on the gasoline injector cup ? If so, that is a Ford Factory built bi fuel, not a conversion kit. I cant find a photo handy.

          Even the gasoline only setup is a pain to work on.

          PS, 7700 GVW ? 7 bolt wheels ? Good luck if you ever need axle rear shafts.
          Last edited by Lakewood90712; 06-08-2019, 11:03 PM.

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          • #6
            If anyone can point me to some info on how to remove the cng set up in my ford f150 I would appreicate it.
            it is a stock ford OEM 3000 dedicated cng van.
            thank you,
            -j

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            • #7
              Originally posted by jasonFlorida View Post
              If anyone can point me to some info on how to remove the cng set up in my ford f150 I would appreicate it.
              it is a stock ford OEM 3000 dedicated cng van.
              thank you,
              -j
              Are you planning to remove the cng components on a bi-fuel , or , trying to convert a dedicated cng vehicle to gasoline ?

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