Procure a repair manual $30.00, a compression test gauge kit $80.00 and a
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The repair manual will tell you your cylinder psi and the mayimum
differential. Google is your friend.
"Schaller" wrote in message
> Thanks for your advice...I'm a car repair newbie...what is the standard
> compression test. How difficult is it to replace the valve seals or
>> Probably valve seals or rings, eventually it will clog the cat and then
>> things will go down hill fast. Do a standard compression test if the
>> compression is good more than likely it is the valve seals.
>> > My 96 LX smokes pretty bad after its been idling for more than five-ten
>> > minutes. The smoke is grayish/bluish. Anyone else had this prob??
>> > Thanks!
> >> Stay informed about: 96 Sebring Oil Leak?