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Carbon buildup usually occurs on the exhaust valve due to the continuous passing of burnt gases. These burnt gases foul the valve seat, preventing a good seal on the exhaust valve. Gases then escape, which in turn causes compression loss.What does cars compression ratio actually mean?
If you have been around cars, or people who like cars, you have probably heard the term compression ratio. In the most simple terms, an engines compression ratio is the ratio between the volume of the cylinder with the piston down, and the piston up. That volume includes the combustion chamber volume, and the space added by the head gasket.Why is compression in a car engine important?
Compression is an essential element in the combustion process used to power your car. In gasoline engines, the air and fuel mixture has to be compressed before a spark is introduced to get the engine running. In diesel engines, compression is even more important because these engines need a higher level of compression to achieve the engine start.What is the compression ratio of a car engine?
The average car has a 7:1 compression ratio. In a diesel engine, compression ratios ranging from 14:1 to as high as 24:1 are commonly used. The higher compression ratios are possible because only air is compressed, and then the fuel is injected.