Diesel Compression Testers
The JEGS Diesel Compression Tester allows you to quickly diagnose failed or leaking valves, pistons, rings, and head gaskets through the glow plug or injector holes.
- Push-button side release valve
- Easy to read gauge
- 0-1000 PSI
- Includes adapters for most Imported and Domestic diesel vehicles
- Storage Case
- (1) M10x1 Adapter
- (1) M10x1.25 Short Adapter
- (1) M10x1.25 Long Adapter
- (3) M12x1.25 (M) x 7/16"-20 (M) Adapter
- (2) M12x1.25 (F) x M18x1.5 (M) Adapter
- (1) 1/8" NPT (F) x M24x1.5 (M) Adapter
- (1) 1/8" NPT (F) x M24x2 (M) Adapter
Gauge the Compression of Critical Engine Components
A JEGS Compression or Leak-Down Tester will equip you to diagnose failed or leaking valves, pistons, rings, and head gaskets through the spark plug, glow plug, or injector ports. Our testers offer easy-to-read gauges, high PSI capabilities, and adapters for most import and domestic vehicles, making them a must-have addition to your tool arsenal.
Will the adapters work on a 2000 dodge ram cummins diesel 24 valve engine?
Will this kit work on a 21 horsepower kubota tractor?
I need to do a check on a Mitsubishi, 4 cylinder diesel tractor engine, 32 hp. Will this unit work for me?
Will this kit come with all the adapters and components necessary to use on a 2006 Dodge Ram 3500 4x4 5.9L Diesel Engine?
Does this kit include adapters for ford 7.3l 6.0l 6.4l 6.7l powerstroke engines?
Will this work on a semi truck? (Cummins engine)
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