Hey Scotty, I just did a compression check on a 1997 buick lesabre 3.8l and for cylinder 1 i got 150, cylinder 5 i got 160, cylinder 3 i got 165, cylinder 4 i got 160, cylinder 2 i got 160, cylinder 6 i got 165. Is the compression on this car good or no?
.....................................................................................................................................................................Also i just changed the ECT sensor and the code went from pending to showing up again and idk why. Then a Code P0171-System too lean (bank 1) idk what to do about this one is showed up after i put the sensor in though. but it is also down as pending and a stored code so idk what to do the other pending code with that is P0300 which is also stored but i just changed the spark plugs cuz the old ones are bad and the live data showed that there is a increase in RPM and that the check engine light changed from solid to flashing. idk if these two go hand in hand but i know that the both require the Fuel pressure to be checked.
....................................................................................................................................................................While changing the spark plugs i notice a fuel leak at a connector and idsk how to fix it. I got an image from google that shows were it leaks from. That's probably has to do with the code P0171 that showed up because it wasn't there before.
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Then i was wondering where you can buy the rubber connectors that come from the evap plastic lining. Because i don't know the official name of them and can't find them.
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ScottyKilmer
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that's good enough compression, not too bad. go to a place like auto zone for connectors, bring the car, they have boxes of connectors to get you the right one