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Hell oi have a 1989 toyota truck

Hi my truck has a valve noise and i did a compression test and 1 is at 130 2 is at 90 3 136 4 is at 145 is that any thing to do with head problems like burnt valve driveing it in 1 gear is fine 2 gear and 3 gear is feels like if its missin 4and 5 its fine wont pass smog cause acceleration problem they say

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You have a definite valve issue with cylinder 2, You will have to remove valve cover to diagnose further.

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Please reply in the "comment" box so that the info gets back to whoever you're trying to discuss it with.

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The compressions you mentioned...Good?
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