What happens when cylinder goes on a car?
that means theirs no compression in that cylinder a hole in some thing ,not supposed to be their
From the tank, gasoline goes through the fuel line, fuel pump and fuel filter brfore entering the engine. In a fuel-injected engine, it then goes directly to the injectors and gets injected into the cylinder. In a carburated engine, the fuel goes through the carburator, then the intake, and passes through the intake valve into the cylinder.
If sitting still in your car with the engine running you can apply the brakes and the pedal slowly goes towards the floor you have a defective brake master cylinder. The only repair is to replace the master cylinder. This is a very dangerous situation and must be repaired immediately. Failure to replace the master cylinder may result in an accident.
If the cylinder is leaking hydraulic fluid or air or whatever its not working real good. If the cylinder goes all the way thru its stroke and what ever it is activating doesn't activate, the cylinder is likely not working. If the piston in the cylinder is not (will not move) moving at all it ain't working. If your working on a car made by British-Leyland its time to trade for something asian.