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Unread 2014-11-28, 10:28 AM   #1
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Default 92 civic burnt valve options

Valve burnt on one piston and running rough. What would be my options for repair? Rebelwork
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Remove the head, check all the valves, replace valves and valve seals as required.

New head gasket, head bolts etc.
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An option but won't use new head bolts. Motor over 200k. By the way, had both a 73 and new 81 Pinto wagon. Hoping to find another head to put on but no offers off Ctaigslist yet..Thx
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What head do you need exactly?
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Believe d15b7 engine.
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Picked up another motor for this civic. While the other is out I may pull the head and see if it can be salvaged. If I remember correctly the head was reworked before I purchased the car. Only 15,000 maybe on the head.
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