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    ? What do u guy's think about a 1998 chevy cavalier cng? Good bad or ok?

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    1. Does it actually run on cng ?......... Lot's of owner of Bi-fuel cavies just run on gasoline when a cng system problem ocours. CNG Parts and service from G.M. dealers are few and far between.

    2. The cng tank has a legal service life of 15 years fron the date of manufacture, and that may be 1997 on this car.

    3. Do you have a convienent , reliable cng station near ?

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      Re: cng

      Unless the price is really good (and the CNG system is running flawlessly) go for a newer car. The '98 is a bit of an orphan as it is the only one without an OBD II compliant engine control unit. As mentioned in the previous post--the tank expiration date is very important. Add the cost of the 1998 and the cost of the tank replacement and it is more then the price a 2003 or 2004 Cavalier can be had for. These cars are: equipped with a better engine, better fuel system, better transmission, newer styling and a five or six year newer tank. You also have a better chance of reselling the car down the road because the tank won't be near or at expiration .

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