Question about 1991 Toyota Corolla
My 1991 Corolla (170k miles) recently became sluggish at acceleration. Shortly after, it started running really loudly and more sluggishly. It was overdue for an oil change, so I changed the oil, but no change in the symptoms. It it spark plugs or did I do permanent damage to the engine?
You need to do a compression test on the engine cylinders. It appears one of the cylinders is not firing and dragging the rest of the engine down in power. The compression test will show if one of the cylinders has a problem.
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