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Ask the Expert: Do I need special technicians or training to service propane autogas vehicles?

March 27, 2018
Propane autogas engines are similar to gasoline, and virtually any trained technician can work on them.

Q: Do I need special technicians or training to service propane autogas vehicles?

A: Spark-ignited, direct-injection, liquid-powered propane autogas engines are similar to gasoline. Any trained technician can work on them once they know how the propane autogas fuel system works. Companies such as ROUSH CleanTech have a dedicated field service team to support customers and service centers with web-based and onsite training.

Information provided by: ROUSH CleanTech

About the Author

Todd Mouw | President

Todd Mouw is president of ROUSH CleanTech, a company focused on alternative fuel vehicle technology. Mouw has more than two decades of experience in the automotive and high-tech industries. As former president of the NTEA Green Truck Association, Mouw helped set standards in the green trucking industry.

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