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I’m needing serious answers. I took my 2001, 3.0, 4x4, no turbo ford ranger truck to a dealership for repair because it was running to lean on bank 1 and bank 2. Even after I replaced mass air sensors, and a couple others. They’ve had my truck a month because master tech works at sheriffs office and can only show 1 or 2 days a week. I called today to find out what was up. Now they are telling me it has low or no compression. How can it go from to lean to low or no compression? Can the running to lean have been caused by the low or no compression or vice versa? I just don’t see it. If I had low or no compression I would have had other problems or more codes showing than running to lean right? I know it has 274k miles on it but it’s been well cared for. Now they say I need a new motor cause they can’t find the problem or they’ve done things to try and fix it and still low or no compression. OMGOSH HELP
 
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