No. Low compression does not effect timing but timing can affect compression.
A bad lifter, worn piston rings/cylinder walls, carbon build up, bent push rod, and a worn cam lobe. A burned valve can also cause low compression.
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It depends on why the compression is low. Assuming you checked compression with a gauge causes could include a stuck valve or valves, blown head gasket, cracked head or bad rings and seals. Repair requirements in order are a valve job, a new head gasket installation, a new or rebuilt head, a new or rebuilt engine.
compression or expansion of an elastic material causes elasticity.
It could be a few things. Mostly likely a leaking head gasket, worn out piston, piston rings or cylinder.
Doubtfull. Low compression would be a mechanical problem.Doubtfull. Low compression would be a mechanical problem.
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Low resolution is usually caused by a poor compression rather than poor capture. Low resolution images have less physical pixels than a high resolution one. The stretching of the image is what causes them to look poor. This low number of pixels is usually the result of downsampling of the the image for email or file size purposes.
a convergent boundary causes compression
A golf ball with a compression rating of 70-80 is considered a "low compression" ball. They distort easier, giving them a softer feel and more greenside control but less distance.
The repair depends on what is causing the low compression. Low compression can be caused by a blown head gasket, cracked cylinder head, burnt or damaged valves, worn or cracked piston rings, scored block cylinders. It's kind of hard to imagine that an engine would have low compression on all 6 cylinders unless something major is wrong, or the compression gauge is not measuring properly.
Most of the times when you have low compression on one cylinder it's an indication that the head gasket is blown. If more than one cylinder has low compression and is hard to start the you most deffinatly have a blown head gasket
If any two adjacent cylinders have low compression it's probably caused by a blown head gasket.
Causes of low/no compression: Blown head gasket, cracked cylinder head, cracked piston, worn piston rings, grooves in cylinder wall caused by broken piston rings ... there may be more.
AGE ! if it is low compression and not no compression then your piston rings and valves are worn too much and the engine probably needs to be rebuilt.
No compression could be various things from your piston to your crank start with your piston by doing a compression test