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I recently purchased a 92 Loyale Wagon for my daughter with 72k original miles on it and it ran great for 2 months and now it has a really bad miss and the left side of the engine both cylindars have no compression. Car has such low miles and we cannot figure out what is wrong with it. Any suggestions?

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A 1992 with only 72k miles? I would believe 172k miles, being the odometer rolled over. No compression could be the valves stuck in the open position, Timing belt broke if the engine doesn't start, or blown rings. I recommend you get the Haynes Repair manual on your vehicle to do any of these repairs.

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In this case i would say you have broken valve/s.adrian,,,

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