burnt valve replacement

Discussion in '1993 - 1997 Ford Ranger' started by joncf, Feb 24, 2013.

  1. joncf

    joncf New Member

    I just removed the right head and it has a hole the #1 exhuast valve. Just wondering I should replace all of them or ok if I just do the one. And also should I do the other head or is that wasting cash?
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  3. Diablo

    Diablo New Member

    if only one valve is bad that is all you need to replace, just the bad ones no need to replace the good valves with new ones. but I would also chk both sides
  4. OP

    joncf New Member

    ok ... also when I did compression test the cylinder #2 had around 130psi and all others had 150+ thats why I was thinking of maybe change valve on that one maybe its starting to loss seat or wearing. I will take the other head off tomorrow while I have it apart and check it though. thanks
  5. Diablo

    Diablo New Member

    freshen up the valves ( re-seat) and if you have the excess cash do a ring job on all cylinders and bottle brush the cylinders.

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