Question about Ford Fairmont
Sounds like a valve guid seal is leaking. This would cause the plug in that one cylinder to foul and not fire properly. I had the same problem with an S-10. You will need to either take it to a shop or remove the head and take it to a machine shop that can insert new guides and seals.Usely when this happens, the guides are worn out and have to have inserts put in and then redrilled. Your other option would be to replace the head with a used or new one.
Posted on Mar 26, 2011
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