Re: Normal Compression Test Values for 1931 Super 8

Posted by Ernie Vitucci on 2022/5/18 9:22:34
Good morning.I agree with Gary. The cause may actually be that the car was not driven regularly. You do need to remove the head and valve covers and inspect. Another problem we see. Over and over is starting these engines with old fuel. They sometimes do start, but leave varnish everywhere, and when it cools and hardens, the engine becomes stuck. You need to do this work correctly. Attempting to save money usually means you will pay twice, unfortunately. Good luck. Ernie in Arizona

This Post was from: https://packardinfo.com/xoops/html/modules/newbb/viewtopic.php?post_id=244000