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Not starting its started to over het so i fix that but crack a pice on the piston will it need a new one as there is still compression in the head and it wants to start but wont help me plzzzzzzzzzzzzzzzzzzzzzz

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  • craneyboc Jan 03, 2009

    yes the compression is same and it was over heating because the gasget was gone so water was going in to the head

  • nickels428 May 11, 2010

    Is the compression the same as before the problem?  How did you fix the over heating problem?  what caused it to over heat in the first place?  

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Piston weight is critical to how the engine works &runs that peice thats missing helps hold the piston square in the cylnder bore the broken piston needs to be replaced

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Blue smoke coming out of the exhaust


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I sent my car to wreckers to be crushed when I had smoke and burning oil smell plus oil when it was cold.

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Less expensive to fix but may require head to be re machined if head is warped. If head is cracked then head will need welding.
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did you run a thread tap down the stud holes and blow out any oil,water in the holes
did you inspect the valve heads to see for burnt heads
Why did you replace the head gasket to start with
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to do a head job properly, remove the head and check for warps and cracks ( head machined flat) clean out the threads of the studs and blow any thing out of the holes
next check that all the head studs are the same length and insert each stud in the head so that all the studs sit the same distance above the head before tightening down
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My bmw e 46 318i has no compression after skimming the head.


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Normally compression is the problem of piston being worn out or compression ring misaligned/worn out. In either case it would be difficult for you to check it unless you have prior experience of engine o/h. It better take it go the workshop and get it checked point to point.

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What to do when there no psi on cyl 4 to get the psi up agan"?"


There are at least three possible reasons for no psi in cyl No 4.
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FIX Remove head and replace faulty valve
2. Blown head gasket (water mixed with sump oil shows milky on dipstick and steam or water coming out of exhaust tailpipe, radiator water disappears )
FIX Remove head, grind flat and assemble with new gasket.
3. Broken piston rings, or cracked piston or burnt hole in piston.
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Squirt some sump oil ( 2 or 3 spoonfuls ) through spark plug hole,
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Did all the things you suggested including new tires! compression test would show valve problemm


compression tests identify problems with---head gaskets --- cracked heads , blocks--- valves not seating correctly---worn rings ---cracked pistons--- and general condition on the engine

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My mazda has no conpussion how can i fix that i


no/loss of compression can be from a few different problems blown piston/piston rings[fix rebuild engine and replace piston parts ]camshaft flattened lobe [replace camshaft]valves burnt/bent carbon build up [remove head and repair/replace valves ] valve springs weak/broken[repair or replace ] head itself cracked [replace ]these are some of the reasons that u can loose compression if ur guy did compression test and determined its the head[valves ] then replace head if car is worth fixing then fix it good luck

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Put new piston, head gasket in but when put back


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There's no compression?
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You, my friend, need an engine overhaul.

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