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The Cylinder Leak Detector Kit is designed to easily detect a variety of engine faults, including worn piston rings, worn valves, cracked cylinder walls, and blown head gaskets.ãIncludingã12-month WARRANTY, if you have any question, please feel free to contact us.
The Engine Compression Diagnosis Tester Kit also can check the amount of leakage and locate leaks area in an engine cylinder to help determine the source.
Suitable for work on any petrol engine with 12 or 14mm spark plugs, and ideal for testing trucks amp; late model cars where clearance is minimal.
The cylinder leakage pressure detector test set with a ABS plastic blow-molded case can keep the tools organized, safe storage and easy to transport.
Package include: 480mm hose, 12mm and 14mm spark plug adapters, fixed short connector, fixed long connector, Gauge (2-1/2â):0-100 psi(0-7bar), air regulator, instructions and carrying case.
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1. Designed to detect a variety of engine faults, including worn piston rings, worn valves, cracked cylinder walls, and blown head gaskets.
2. Easily check the amount of leakage and locate leaks area in an engine cylinder to help determine the source.
3. Suitable for use on any petrol engine with 12 or 14mm spark plugs, and ideal for testing trucks amp; late model cars where clearance is minimal.
4. Cylinder Leak Detector Tester Kit with a ABS plastic blow-molded case keeps the tools organized, safe storage and easy to transport.
1 x Cylinder Leak Detector
1 x Instruction manual
Suitable for use on any petrol engine with 12 or 14mm spark plugs, and ideal for testing trucks amp; late model cars where clearance is minimal
Suitable For Petrol Engines On Motorbikes, Cars, Trucks
Ideal for petrol engines of American Motors, Boschs AFC, MPC European amp; Japanese (except CIS), Chryslers Corp., Fords Motor Co., GMs (except TBI), Japanese fuel injection systems and so on
Fit for Ford, Geo, GM, Honda, Jeep, Mazda, Chrysler, Toyota amp; more cars and trucks
How to choose a correct tester kit and how to install it?
1. Choose a suitable location to mount the oil pressure gauge; mount the gauge so it is easily viewed while driving.
2. Mount the gauge panel to the dash with a screwdriver and screws provided in the kit; set the gauge aside. This makes it easier to connect the wires. If mounting the gauge in the dash, drill a hole in the dash 1/8-inch larger in diameter than the size of the gauge.
3. Remove the oil drain plug from the oil pan with a wrench and drain the old oil into a oil catch pan. This is an opportune time to change the oil filter as well.
4. Remove the old oil pressure sending unit with a ratchet and socket; the oil pressure sending unit is shaped like a cylinder and is usually located near the oil filter. Refer to the new oil pressure sending unit in the oil pressure gauge kit to help you identify the part.
5. Connect the signal wire to the sending unit and run it through a grommet in the firewall in close proximity to the gauge. Run the wire through the gauge panel hole, or the pre-drilled hole in the dashboard, allowing extra wire for easy connecting.
6. Connect the signal wire to the post on the back of the gauge. The gauge posts are marked for correct wire installation.
7. Run a power supply wire from a switched 12-volt power supply, such as the cigarette lighter, dome light, radio, or fuel pump, to the power post on the gauge. The power supply must be switched to operate on and off with the ignition.
8. Run a ground wire from the vehicle chassis to the ground post on the gauge; a poor ground can result in an inoperable gauge or false reading. Use an existing grommet in the firewall, or drill a hole in the body of the vehicle, and route the wire to the chassis or frame.
9. Mount the gauge into the gauge panel, or the hole in the dash, with the supplied mounting hardware in the kit.
10. Install the oil pan drain plug and fill the engine with oil. Start the engine to check the operation of the gauge.