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Created On Sunday June 29, 2008 12:43 Diesel Talk
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dwalton
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I have a Ford F-250 with a 6.9 diesel. All of a sudden the engine felt like it was running on 3 cylinders. It was. Oil pressure looked good, level extremely low. Believe me I have beat myself up over my neglect. I have done a compression test on the engine, right bank from back to front 380,110,80,90. On left bank 360,10,0,360. My question is? Is there any way to tell if this is valve train or cylinder related. I could replace the heads, but if its a bottom end problem I'd rather replace the whole engine rather than rebuild. Any advice would be greatly appreciated.
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dwalton
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