CNG CIVIC GX & Home Fueling

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Woody said:   April 22, 2015 4:22 pm PST
the biggest issue I have is finding the fuel filters that I know will be the right ones. the price is very steep through the dealer. if anyone knows where a guy can get both filters for a 2012 cng civic please post it by name and location.

Will Parish said:   March 17, 2015 4:51 pm PST
The fuelmaker was originally sold by a Canadian company, but was bought out a few years ago by BRC FuelMaker. I needed service on my unit, and they were able to send out a technician to repair the unit and also offered to sell me a larger capacity model (for my truck) so it would appear you can still buy both models. My Phil, post repair, three years later still works great. I believe it must be legal, because I declared it on my federal return and got a refund for the purchase. I also filed (twice at two addresses) with SDG&E for the NGV rate, which required permits to install the unit, but upon providing proof and disclosing the model I was granted the NGV fuel rate.

bob campbell said:   August 2, 2010 9:06 am PST
I find it incredible there are not millions of CNG cars on the road in the USA. It is superior in every way. Did Chrysler produce a very cheap conversion back in the 90's? Keep me advised

Lyle Hillier said:   August 18, 2008 12:15 pm PST
I've owned my '98 GX for more than a year now. I had to replace one injector at 90k miles. It was easy to do. I found new factory injectors online at a "discount Honda parts" site for $388 delivered. Compare at $499 each at Honda. Nobody seems to make/remanufacture/stock aftermarket injectors for the GX. Any thoughts?

Kumar said:   February 20, 2008 4:29 pm PST
I have 2001 Honda CIVIC GX, I took to the Honda Delear for 100K mile service at 116K mile, He told me to replace fuel filters for $500, Valve Adjustment at $500 and wheel rubber bushig for another $500. I was wondering if any other peple out there had any of this replacement for these prices?

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