Posted by aarolar on March 17, 2013 at 17:23:54 from (126.96.36.199):
In Reply to: Main bearings? posted by 2tractors on March 17, 2013 at 16:59:09:
2tractors said: (quoted from post at 16:59:09 03/17/13) First and formost, where is the gauge from, sub it out, 2nd and formost is the screen clogged, 3rd. where is the gauge from, but last its a z134 so we ALL have experience. Once those 3 things are eliminated, re-- check all.Then, depending on how many times you want to drop the pan its once for each, pan gaskets leak-- twice to 3 times, rod plasti guage once, mains once,So you could have bad mains, rod bearings,guage, and even if the temp guage mal functions, the compressions figures being measured while cold are still impressive but only muddy the waters.I'm guessing the gauge has some green on the display and is NEW!
I don't get what you are asking about where the gauge is from but it is from orellys, I plan on dropping the pan and checking the screen, relief valve and doing some plastigauging whenever I get around to it and get the stuff together.
Tony in Mass,
Are you saying to just leave it alone and run it as is? I considered it but I am kinda spooky about it.
This post was edited by aarolar at 17:27:07 03/17/13.
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