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One of the cylinders have miss not electrical

The car shakes and one of the cylinders have only compression 40 psi

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Dead cylinder. Possible valve or rings concern. You will need to determine if top or lower end causing fault. Air Leaking past closed valves indicate valve concern. Air leaking past rings can be heard and possibly felt through oil dipstick tube or engine oil fill cap. After determining where your concern is further tear down will be needed to determine root cause.

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