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Number 1 cylinder wear 2.5 chrysler?

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You mean compression is low, right using tools?
and with added oil and not what is it. ?
doing the compression test.
oil last , and pressure rise is rings, else its valves.
low compression can not be fixed by wishes.
if the rings leak drive it
if the valves leak , it will get worse fast. fix it.
the tests are simple want to try? or just what?

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SOURCE: I have 1996 jeep Cherokee 4.0L that's runs good

Might be a head gasket leaking between these two cylinders. A leak down test is the next step.

Posted on Apr 01, 2010

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