Last post on Aug 01, 2013 at 6:53 AM
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Saturn S-Series, Sedan
#1417 of 1419 Re: 1994 SL2 No compression in #2 Cylinder [renomike]
Aug 03, 2012 (3:25 pm)
You may want to pull the oil pan off. This won't fix anything but it may give you some clues. You may find some debris in the bottom of the pan or with a good flash light you may be able to see the cylinder or piston from below.
Sep 11, 2012 (3:19 pm)
I am getting codes 11, 25, 71, 77 can anyone help me with what there are and how best to get them fixed?
#1419 of 1419 Re: Saturn=mystery oil loss??? Help [jamesg2]
Aug 01, 2013 (6:53 am)
USING SYNTHETICOIL IN AN ENGINE WITH THAT MANY MILES ON IT WHEN IT IS BUILT TO RUN ON CONVENTIONAL OIL WILL MAKE A DIFFERENCE. HAVE SEEN THIS PROBLEM BEFORE IN MANY LATE 90'S AND EARLY 2000'S VEHICLES CARS AND TRUCKS. TRY CONVENTIONAL OIL. COMPRESSION SHOULD BE UP AROUND 150 PER CYLINDER. SHOULD HAVE INSTALLED PISTON RINGS WHILE OTHER WORK WAS PERFORMED