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Problems after compression test

Discussion in 'HYBRID -> EG-EK / DC' started by Psyco609, Sep 1, 2005.

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  1. Psyco609

    Psyco609 Member

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    Ok i have a 93 hatch wit a gsr swap and its been running fine for a good while now. so i do a compression test yesterday and the results are 1-200, 2-195, 3-185, 4-205 so not bad.
    anyways i go to start the car this morning and it barely starts and is running horrible and there's a very strong smell of gas. i pulled the plugs and 2 and 3 have heavy carbon deposites while 1 and 4 are fine. and when i pull the 2 and 3 wires while the car is running it doesnt choke or stumble at all. What could have caused the two cylinders to die on me??

    also i replaced all the plugs and no differences.
     
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    I would say check your firing order. could have mixed up 2 & 3.
     
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    yea thats what it was. i knew it was something stupid that i overlooked i appreciate the response saved me a lot of stress
     
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    :thumbsup: glad i could help
     
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