Question about 1999 Ford Expedition
I have a 1999 ford expedition that is misfiring mechanic told me it has no compression in first cylinder. there is no water in the oil, starts fine but runs really rough. mechanic says blown head gasket or cracked block.What do you think?
If it's dead in cylinder one then it could be a burt valve to find out for sure all you do is put it up on top dead center of the compression stroke and pull the spark plug out and apply air to that cylinder, You can remove the air cleaner and the radiator cap so that where ever the air comes out thats where your problem is, if it comes out the intake its the intake valve if it's comming out the exhaust pipe its you exhaust valve if it blows bubbles out of the radatior then it's the head gasket, if it comes out of the rocker arm cover then it's the rings.
Posted on Nov 13, 2009
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