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Old 8th November 2007, 16:00   #16
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Hey all, finally i took it to the service station and spoke to the service manager, and escalated the issue. then they cleaned the air filter, plugs, leads etc and did the test again. this time it was showing much healthier results.

CYL 1 - 97%
CYL 2 - 93%
CYL 3 - 100%
CYL 4 - 96%

according to him, anything below 75% will only cause a concern.

would like to hear from experts whether this looks ok, or should all of them be ideally 100 or at least the same reading.

btw, this was done couple of weeks back, couldn't find time to upload the new info.
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