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Old 01-04-2012, 01:19 PM   #1
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hi people, can anyone help me with my car. i got a astra 1.4 8v 1997 single point injection and the fault is it will turn over fine but will not fire. i checked for a spark and there is a spark on all cylinders. I checked the compression and the readings is cylinder 1 - 100 psi.
" " 2 - 70 psi.
" " 3 - 120 psi.
" " 4 - 60psi.
i also checked the fuel system taking off the fuel pipe on the back of the single point injection and with the igntion key turned on fuel was pissing out. So any ideas what to try now because i am stuck !!!!!!
many thanks
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