Your right, 7 cyls all tested good, only 1 bad; but OP did not mention "which" cyl is bad (cyl #7 is the one cyl always at risk of "crossfire", and if failed warrants extra attn).I see, I read it as 7 cylinders tested good, but one cylinder did not.
You could very well be right. Let's hope it's just the one.
Shmut, my old puter won't hook up to the link; glad you probably found someone who could word it better than me (I didn't think the seriousness/consequences was getting thru).Key,
Learned something new, I knew what crossfire was, just didn't realize the damage it could cause.
Here is a tech bulletin describing the issue. Just in case I am not the only one uninformed.
Yup; although a bad valve will lessen pressure on the rings, and could "possibly" hide bad rings.ok, so, im guessing that if no air sound through the oil cap means good rings maybe, and air throught the exhaust or carb could mean intake or exhaust valve. right?