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Old May 21st, 2004, 04:00 PM
Nuke_littlejohn Nuke_littlejohn is offline
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Default What did I get myself into!!!!

When I purchased my M715 about two weeks ago I knew it was not running right. Well I went through the normal little things like Plugs,wires,new dist.,points,cond.,cap,rotor,adjusted carb,new pcv,new fuel filter, and no matter what I did "no good". Now I am a backyard mech. so I did have it in the back of my head to check the compression but I was hoping to catch the problem elswhere. You may have guessed I went and checked it and it doesnt look good #1 170 #2 160 #3 170 #4 0 #5 0 #6 175 ..... I was hoping not to have to rebuild a motor right now but it looks like the first leg to a rebuild. I am going to pull the head soon to see whats going on but if any of you guys have anyother ideas I would love to hear from you.....

It just seems like if I get a vehicle that looks like crap it run great but if it looks great it runs like crap!!!
 

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