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2002 3.7 litre jeep. How can I ck to see if a valve is fully closing? There is no lash adj. Springs look o.K. no compression #2 cyl. All others o.K.

You put compressed air into the cylinder an listen for the air escaping , if coming out of the throttle plate ,burnt intake valve . If you hear air coming out of exhaust pipe , burnt exhaust valve . If you hear air coming out dip stick tube bad rings or piston damage. How To Perform Leak Down Test EricTheCarGuy

Mar 02, 2016 | Cars & Trucks

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67chevrolet6cly,low compression 2cly,oil blowing out oilcap,is it piston rings or vales

You need to have a basic leak down test done through the spark plug fitting in each cylinder to see where the compression is going.

For each cylinder, set the piston at Top Dead Center.
  • Hook the tester hose directly into the spark plug hole.
  • Hook the leak down tester up to the compressed air hose and zero the pressure.
  • Hook the tester to the hose and take your reading.
You can check where the pressure is going for that particular cylinder by listening for where the air is escaping.
  • If you remove the oil cap and hear a lot of air escaping, the rings are worn and that's where your compression loss is.
  • If you hear it coming out of the intake, the intake valve isn't sealing.
  • If you hear it coming out the tail pipe, the exhaust valve is leaking.
  • If you take the radiator cap off and see air bubbles coming out, you have a combustion leak into the cooling system.

    So have the test carried out on each cylinder and you can pin point the issue in each of the 2 which have tested bad with low compression.

Dec 21, 2015 | Cars & Trucks

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I have a 90 Chevy 1500. 305, blew the head gaskets. Replaced them, but now I have no compression in cylinder 1. But before I tore the engine apart I tested the compression with my thumb and it blew it off....

Could be hydraulic lifter is holding valve open. Bring no 1 cylinder to TDC firing Lock engine from turning and with adaptor inject air to cylinder. If air comes out intake manifold then intake valve leaking. If comes out exhaust, you guessed it exhaust valve not closing. If comes out sump then bypassing rings. If comes out of radiator , head gasket leak into cooling system

Nov 17, 2012 | Cars & Trucks

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99 kx 250 with low compression even with new top end

Hi. There is two ways to determine compression. A dry test and a wet test.
Check the compression dry and write it down. Squirt some oil into the cylinders and check it again. If the compression doesn't come up the problem is in the upper end, If the compression shoots up higher, the problem is in the bottom. ie:rings. (depending on the year make model
2 stroke 4stroke etc)Good Luck Vern

Jan 30, 2012 | kawasaki Motorcycles

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My 1991 wrangler 6 cyl runs for few min then what appears to be exhaust and some oil comes out pvc and dipstick, whats wrong?

Sounds like a compression ring in one of your cylinders has broken and compression is being pushed into oil pan. Cylinder compression getting past the piston, instead of going out the exhaust it's going into oil pan and coming through engine (dipstick, air cleaner, PCV.) You'll need to have a compression test to confirm.

Jan 08, 2011 | 1991 Jeep Wrangler

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What should be the compresion spec for a 2000 FLH Thanks

To test the compression of the engine, use a good screw in type compression gauge. Hold the throttle wide open and rotate the engine through six or seven compression strokes.

The manual says, "If the final readings are 90 psi or more and if the final readings do not indicate more than a 10% variance between cylinders, compression is considered normal".

Do a "wet" compression test as well by squirting 1/2 ounce of oil into each cylinder and redo the test. If the compression comes up considerably, a top end rebuild is probably in order.

At 8.5:1 compression ratio, 120 psi max.

Good Luck

May 06, 2010 | 2000 Harley Davidson FXSTD Softail Duece

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Hi there
  • Low compression, and lots of blow-by forcing oil into the air filter via the the crankcase breather. Sounds like you need a top end rebuild. If you can get your hands on a compression tester, then check it. If it comes in under 120, then certainly time for a tear down and top end rebuild.

  • If you put a quick squirt of oil down the spark plug hole and if the compression pressure goes up on a second compression test, then rings/piston/bore are worn. If it does not come back up, then it may be leaky valves, or a blown head gasket.

  • do the compression test first. That will tell you where to start. Or, if you have the tools, tear the top end down and inspect. A motor re conditioner/machine shop will help to measure up and tell you if piston, and bore are ok. May just need new rings to freshen up.

Happy to answer any questions that you may have.
regards robotek

Apr 25, 2010 | 2005 Honda CRF 250 R

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Water leaking out the bottome of the disposal.

Check WHERE the water is coming from... tie paper towels around the fittings... at the top of the elbow that comes out of the side of the disposal and points down, just below the compression nut where the vertical part of the elbow enters the P-Trap, below the nut on the other side of the P-Trap, below the nut on the bottom of the elbow where the vertical part of the P-Trap goes horizontal. DRY off the bottom of the cabinet and put a dry paper towel down...
NOW, run the water, get a good flashlight and see exactly where the water is coming from (the paper towels tied around the pipes will help you see which compression fitting is leaking) if the water is not coming from one of the joints, and is coming from the actual disposer housing, that housing may be cracked and need to be replaced. Otherwise, if you can find the compression fitting that is loose and leaking, tighten it. If that doesn't work, you may need to replace the compression ring (plastic washer) which you can buy at any HW store.

Oct 11, 2009 | Emerson Home

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Air compress wll not come on,put difference compresser on no power to compresser

There is a A/C relay probably under the hood in the secondary relay/fuse box,have it tested.You can get this done at Shucks's/OReilly or Autozone.

Jul 01, 2009 | 1989 Buick Park Avenue

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