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2000 daewoo leganza what should the cylinder compression be

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The engine's compression ratio is probably found in your owner's manual and using that along with ~ 14.7 lbs square inch (atmospheric pressure) will yield the nominal pressure:
If compression ratio is 10:1, the nominal cylinder pressure should be ~ 147 lbs.
It isn't uncommon to find lower pressures on higher mileage engines but none of the cylinders should be over 10 lbs apart and they are typically far less than that.

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On most cars it should be about 160 psi

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