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2004 hyundai santa fe 2.4 L did a compression test on moter got 50# per cyliner this seems low , what should they be ?

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Should be about 150psi, did engine over heat, if so could be bad head gasket, also check make sure timing belt did not jump teeth, here's a diagram of timing belt mark's, maybe will help to check if timing belt jumped, hope this was very helpful.

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Should be at least 135# or more. Unusual for all 4 to be low--indicates rings are worn out. How many miles on car, and has it been overheated?

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