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Australian Falcons Discuss the australian born and bred models here. Includes the 80's 90's and present day Falcons offered by Ford Oz.

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Old 09-30-2009, 05:43   #1 (permalink)
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Hi i have an ea falcon (E.F.I) compression test read 150 psi on all cylinders
except piston 3 which read 120 psi.... Now problem is that now is not firing on that cylinder......except 1 and 6 which makes a difference when the spark plug lead is removed while the engine is at idle, 2,3,4,5 makes no difference when the leads are removed.... however i have replaced the plugs and leads and have a compression of 150psi.... except 3 (120psi).. spark on all leads.... so mabe the injectors are blocked or the dizzy might be on its way out... slight backfires like a plug is kicking in and out..............
any suggestions???????
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