It will hardly take few seconds for them to check it. During the last free service camp, the mechanics at TASC checked whether the CSC is metal one or old, by accessing it by bare hand from the engine bay. Take your car to TASC (even you can park the car outside to avoid getting struck in the crowd) and ask them to check. Today, I went to enquire about LPG kit for my Punto. The shop is close (2 KM) to my residence. They deal with Lovato brand (from Italy). Once I stepped in, they showed me the gas tanks. There are two types of tanks available with them. One is cylindrical, can fill 60l of LPG, and need to spare boot space. Another one can fit in spare wheel space, can fill 30l of LPG, and cost 1k more than cylindrical one. First the person asked about the car. He does not even heard of Fiat Punto (He should be really from mars). Next guy came and he seams to know about Punto. He asked me whether Punto is having the Swift's engine. I had a mixed feeling at this moment. Then I explained him Swift diesel having Punto's engine and Punto has it's own petrol engine. He showed me the conventional gas kit, which costs 16.5 k. For circular tank 1K extra and for another 1.5k they can take responsibility of endorsing in RC. I asked for sequential injection kit. It costs 47K-50K. The person is advising me to go for conventional one as it is sufficient for 1.2l car. He showed me an Elantra fited with conventional kit. While leaving, a i10 iRDE came there. They fit the LPG kit yesterday and it came there for some tuning. It looks like after fitting LPG kit, we need to visit them for fine tuning for few times and the kit needs servicing 7-8k kms. I am in two minds. Need some advise, whether to go for it. If so, whether the conventional kit is fine.