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I have done head gasket wires plugs injecters and I have still A skip In cylender # 1 Cylender # 1 Has 60 lbs Of pressuer All The other Have 150 Lbs Preesurn

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When you do a cylinder leak down test you need to find out where the air is leaking from. as air is going in listen at the tail pipe, the intake the and the oil cap. out the the tail pipe you have a bent exhaust valve, out the intake you bent the intake valves, out the oil cap you need new rings. You need to have that cylinder on top dead center of compression stroke. Hope this helps you

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