Hi quick question my ford bantam 13i feels like it doesn't have power after 3000 reves

Asked by Aug 10, 2016 at 03:05 PM

Question type: Maintenance & Repair

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where's all the info? year, mileage.. Check fuel pressure in PSI and scan it for DTC's codes. If necessary leak down test it and know the exact condition of the engine "hardware" sealing ability. NO, more compression testing guys! In the dark days of engine-building, Techs had to rely on a compression tester to tell them if they had a weak cylinder by comparing the cranking pressures of the cylinders against each other. But this was crude and a less-than-accurate way to evaluate how well the engine was sealed up. Read more if you desire, or don't.


also...hows the fuel filter....fuel pressure change the fuel filter....any better?

Its a 2005 model , head was redone and have new injectors in , will have a look at the fuel filter , now and agen its fine no problems with it

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