Question about Electrical Supplies
The one thing you did not mention was the type of spark your recieving at the spark plug. I recommend that a spark tester be used, which can be purchased at an auto parts store. Set the spark plug tester gap for 10,000 volts, or a good 3/8". You should see a nice sharp blue spark. If you are recieving this kind of spark, then with valves closed or at top dead center apply 30 psi into the cylinder. This test will let you know if the valves are seated properly. If valves are not seated properly you will hear the air come out from the intake or exhaust. So, it is either your ingnition coils or warped valves.
Posted on May 07, 2009
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