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post #1 of 4 Old 11-19-2010, 03:19 PM Thread Starter
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ran AE did cylinder contribution test. injector 3 and 4 came up. on PERD injector #3 was 1.6 and injector #4 was like at 7. Pulled valve covers and cylinder 3 and 5 have reman Alliant injectors in there. I pulled all the glow plugs out which were new Berus. I think oil may have got into the glow plug hole will this cause a problem with my compression test????
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how much oil? if theres just a little, it shouldt affect it. but if there is a considerable amount to where its puddled, then it may a little bc you cannot compress a liquid so it will increase compression a little but i dunno if its enough to notice.
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the glow plug is screws into a recessed hole. so the oil falls in when the gp is removed but like you said i don't think it's enough to cause problems. someone told me to crank the engine over and compression will blow it out thru the GP hole anyway.

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yeah you can do that but I would say it would burn it off before too long with normal combustion
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