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1993 ford f250 pick up. one cylinder has no compression

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You have a burnt valve or damaged valve seat, the cylinder head must be pulled and a machine shop replace the valve and seat if necessary. You may have a lean fuel condition on that cylinder, possible intake manifold leak or defective fuel injector, if that is the case the problem can happen again if the causes are fixed. Do you have a 5.8 Liter V8?

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