So I bought a dual fuel van on the 9th Feb 2016. A couple of days later, signs of problems start to show. Engine light is on. I advised the dealer. The mechanic turned the engine light off which was unhelpful as all he said was the gas was running lean and to just ignore it and he moved on to next customer. The light came back on days later. Been with that for 3-4weeks and the whole time, I could smell LPG and terrible fuel economy. Short story, the gas leak is bad hissing and emptying the gas cylinder quickly, getting partly into the cabin. It stalls when idling, it has stalled when driving at speed on a freeway and also going through an intersection. There are dangerous number of things to go wrong. Other problems include LPG in the air conditioning system instead of proper AC gas, exhaust manifold leak, drive belt requires replacing, 2 idler pulleys, wheels out of alignment, gas system is due soon for 10-year inspection, gas service required. Rust has been discovered throughout, which is not apparent until removing a cover. I discovered the van belonged to a pool servicing company so it makes sense as pool chlorine can spill and also the fumes from it can evaporate, cause humidity and create rust in roof cavity, where it has spread throughout. It is obvious that they turned the engine light off before selling it to me and they knew of the other problems as they lied when I asked some pretty specific questions in relation to belt and aircon. Spoke to ACCC. They gave some advice but it was just talk with no real solution to issue. I have contacted the dealer and he said that their warranty only covers the engine. I discussed this, pointing out the gas converter is part of the engines as it attaches to it through hoses. They refused to accept the 12-month warranty and does not listen. RWC is over 30 days now. The van has done 190 000 kms, I bought it Feb 9th this year with 188 000 kms.