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Re: Farmall M miss on one cylinder, oil seeping from intake

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scruffyia

11-25-2012 21:41:37
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Came back with another story? What are you talking about? Adding the information about there being oil on the plug? Yeah, I forgot to mention that in my opening, I'm sure it's not the first time more information has surfaced as the problem is talked about... :roll: and your suggestion of sticking my finger in the plug hole was hours after I was done messing with it for the day...
Ok lets say it does NOT have compression, then what, tear it down right?

Ok lets say it does have compression, then what, tear it down right?
What scenario with the oil coating the spark plug and seeping from the head/intake manifold, is the head not coming off?

I said the head has needed work for a long long time, since i bought it 15 years ago, so why wouldn't I say, "after some thought I'm going to pull the head and have it rebuilt", rebuild it for unleaded gas, and whatever is causing the cylinder not to fire will be found along the way.

Sorry if that "annoys" you... feel free not to read or reply to my posts then.
This post was edited by scruffyia at 21:52:01 11/25/12.

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rustred

11-26-2012 05:49:34
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 Re: Farmall M miss on one cylinder, oil seeping from intake in reply to scruffyia, 11-25-2012 21:41:37  
this is no different than a person going to doctor with ailment. doctor gives medicine to patient. patient then goes back without following doc's directions. doctor gets annoyed also. even a lawyer goes by steps, not what if's you must follow directions to get it fixed , not keep quessing. its nice to see when guys fix the problem themself.



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