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  • Hello, new member.

    Recently bought a 2000 F150 BiFuel. Now going through the pains of servicing it. I had to replace the circuit board for it at a cost of about $2500 at the dealership, and now am looking to replace the filler nozzle. The dealership wants to charge $1500 for a replacement filler nozzle.

    Are there any CNG repair facilities in the Seattle area that charge less? I'd love to know.

    Kenmore, WA

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    Welcome to CNGchat!
    Try WorldCNG. Ask for Sergio, he knows his stuff