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Put a new head gasket in. now the decompression pedal moves but does not decompress for starting. ele. start,59 730 dis.

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I have visions of the gasket missing a hole someplace. This would NOT be good. I would first look at the pattern and see if the decompression goes through a hole in that gasket... If it does you are free to use some foul words... sometimes the gaskets look symetrical but can be reversed covering a critical hole...

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