Possible timing belt jump?? Sorry, Mark
Mechanically To put it as simply as possible. The cubic inches of a cylinder and the amount of space your compressing it into is the compression ratio.
Low Compression usually means that the cylinder rings are worn. You should also do a leak down of each cylinder. That will pinpoint which cylinder/s are bad. Also,possible poor seating of valves or improper valve seat contact.
it's possible, also check compression, fuel supply, and vacuum leaks.
There is no real compression spec for the 2.0 zetec engine. Ford only says that no cylinder should be below 25% or all the cylinders. If it is that cylinder is down. That could be a number of problems such as head gasket or bad rings. Either way. Once you do a compression test yourself I would recommend having a dealership follow it up with a diagnostic. They will be able to give you solutions if there is low compression as far as possible reasons and repairs. Per. ALLDATA Ford NTI/ UTI student
It just means that the railway is not compressed. Say that the railway was compressed, then you'd make a compression check and the answer would be positive, but if it isn't it means it's not compressed. When something is compressed, it means that the temperature was too cold for the railway so it compressed. Hope it helped! :P WHAT???? this person is lost. Ok, when you do a compression test and you receive no compression, make sure your test gage is a working gage. with no compression this indicates that exhaust / intake valves are in the open position which stops the cylinder from sealing for compression, possible bent or broken valve,valve spring,or lobe on cam may be worn. Now if you have a low compression reading on a cylinder i recommend you spray WD 40 into cylinder sparingly and test again,called a (wet test ) if compression raises you have bad piston rings, if it stays the same, its a valve issue, possible piston failure
Think a little deeper. Combustion that fails is a misfire. You have addressed the spark side of it. There is a fuel and compression possible trouble. Try swapping the fuel injector for that cylinder with another and see if the misfire moves to the other cylinder. Compression test the cylinder to see if it is in specs. Try a cylinder leak down test and see if it is losing compression. Perhaps there is a carbon build up on the valves preventing good seating?
Min 450cca Battery but try to get as most cold cranking amp in the battery as possible. 675 or 775 series
I'm not sure of the exact values; they should be in your Haynes repair manual. However, if you compression test all of the cylinders and find one that is lower you have a compression problem with that cylinder. It is also possible to have 2 that are lower, this would most likely indicate a warp in the head between those two cylinders. Other causes for compression loss are damaged or gunked up valves that do not close all the way or a crack in the head.
A compression check and cylinder leak-down test should tell you the condition of your engine.
It is possible or a cylinder of helium to fill 700 balloons because the helium in the cylinder is compressed.
Is the oil lever OK ? Also get a compression check in each cylinder to see if one of the piston rings have worn out.
batt is 1yr old or less, fuel pump seems to be working as I smelled gas after cranking for about 10 seconds straight.
Engine knock can be caused by several things. Carbon deposits in the engine can effectively raise the compression ratio of the cylinder. When accelerating, the cylinder gets filled with more fuel and air, and the higher compression ratio causes knocking. Other possible culprits could include spark plugs being too hot or your timing being off.
possible bent, warped, or torched valve - bad valve seat - or worn valve guide
AnswerRun a compression test and see how #3 stacks up. Possible burnt valve or blown head gasket.Check your plug again on cylinder 3. Sometimes you can crack the plug installing it.You also can check cylinder 3 injector.
Broken piston rings, blown head gasket for starters. Run a compression test to determine if it is rings, or head gasket related. Low compression on any cylinder will indicate one of these possible problems.
There are several possible indications of a blown head gasket: If the head gasket is blown between adjacent cylinders there will be poor or no compression in either cylinder. Poor compression in any cylinder can be caused by a blown head gasket. That condition can also be caused by a burned valve or piston. Coolant in the crank case can be caused by a blown head gasket. Compression in the coolant can be caused by a blown head gasket. An engine with a blown head gasket usually loses performance and runs poorly or not at all.
Between 132 - 165 psi; a good 190 psi is possible Compression pressures are considered within specification if the lowest reading cylinder is within 25 percent of the highest reading cylinder. NOTE: Variations exceeding 25 percent indicate an improperly seated valve or worn broken piston tings.
this is not possible
No! A cylinder is a cylindrical hole in the engine block.
No, it isn't.
Given a cuboid it is always possible to have a cylinder with the same volume.
We can compress the hydrogen because hydrogen gas is stored in the cylinders.
Out of all the mainstream file compression methods, WinRAR Format (.rar files) have the highest level of average compression at the moment.