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Re: Compression test question (archive)

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Posted by o2fly on December 26, 1999 at 16:46:56:

In Reply to: Re: Compression test question posted by Bill on December 26, 1999 at 16:31:31:

: It's more important that all of the cylinders have the same sompression (+ or - 5-10 lbs) than that they are + 125 lbs.: I only have a lousy Haynes manual for my 76 2002 (came with the car). It does not give info on running a compression test. I need to know which fuse will disable the ignition system or exactly what the procedure is to run the test. I do have the numbers needed (125 psi minimum).

: : Merry Christmas and Thanks in advance!!

: : Don C

If you just pull out the center coil wire you can still get ZAPPED! A better idea is to disconnect the black wire from the condensor on the side of the distributor so the coil doesn't get any signal to spark. On tiis also pull off the cold start wire plug. O==00==O

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