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CNG and bus key question

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Hey guys!

 

I'm working on a design for a CNG artic bus, and I have some questions.

 

1. Does CNG get decompressed by the bus?

2. What does a bus key look like?

3. Is there any special thing on the dashboard on an artic bus?

 

All answers, especially by bus operators, are greatly appreciated!

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Hey guys!

 

I'm working on a design for a CNG artic bus, and I have some questions.

 

1. Does CNG get decompressed by the bus?

2. What does a bus key look like?

3. Is there any special thing on the dashboard on an artic bus?

 

All answers, especially by bus operators, are greatly appreciated!

 

A key??? Buses out here dont use a key " not that I know of or maybe some of them do that i dont know about. Today a drive dropped his keys to the Lift so I picked it up & handed it to him. I think some other states , their buses use keys I guess. Edited by ciboii22

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A key??? Buses out here dont use a key " To my knowledge " or maybe some of them do that i dont know about. Buses use a master switch then flick the engine switch start button. If your talking about a key for the lifts and stuff they use a "GM Key, General Motors"

 

 

Um yeah about that...

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I'm not sure about that but for the third one, its pretty much all the same except for a "max angle" indication on the dashboard and an extra axle air pressure display

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