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Re: Compression Test

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01-17-2013 15:59:18
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[quote="Tom Bond"](quoted from post at 01:17:00 01/18/13)
You learn fast that's unusual. Theirs lots of good info out their on this...

http://www.cadillacforums.com/forums/cadillac-forum/t-44107.html

http://www.ehow.com/video_2326964_cracked-cylinder-diagnosis_-pressurize-cylinder.html

It may help to Google How to locate TDC...

My reason NOT to exceed 100PSI...
Its possible to blow the head gasket if you exceed normal cylinder pressure and specially on a old tired engine.. Don't forget to overfill the rad for the test... The tractor may move violently if its in gear when you apply pressure to a cyl...

Either nail TDC are have someone set on the tractor and hold the brakes,,, blocking a wheel may also help.... Nailing TDC can be difficult but doable,,, A cylinder at TDC dead nutz will not move no matter how much pressure you add to it...

I don't see any reason to remove any parts at THIS TIME you are lookin for bubbles in the rad :roll:.. It makes me wonder how some folks ever get anything done...
This post was edited by Hobo,NC at 16:02:59 01/17/13.

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