Question about Cars & Trucks
Engine was idling then i shut it off when i went to restart nothing. i repplaced the batterystarterand pulled the plugs. When i took the plugs out two of my eight cyliders had about total .25 cup of water havent done compression test..what should the compression be?
Posted by Anonymous on
Remove spark plug were the water was at. put your finger over the hole without burning yourself. have someone to turn the engine over a few times to see if more water comes out. try this on both spark plug holes one at a time. if you continue getting water from each plug hole then i would say you have a blown head gasket or maybe both depending if both plugs came from the same side,if not then both head gaskets are leaking. that problem would also make the truck or car run ruff/missing/hard to start. hope this will help you.
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