Question about 1989 Pontiac Firebird
1st indication is a dead miss in 1 cylinder, next do a compression test. There will be 0 compression. If you find 0compression in a cylinder the cylinder head must be removed. Take the head to a machin shop for repair. They will tell you what it needs as far as parts. If this is the case, you might as well do both heads.
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