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burnt exhaust valve on Ford Escape

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I had a misfire in cylinder #4. Did a compression test a that cylinder only had 80lbs of compression. Problem was a burnt valve.

The car was missing with very low compression 45psi in #1. Did a leak down test but couldn't tell where it was leaking from. I just got the head off and one of the valves was burnt very slightly.

2011 Ford Escape - 2.5L 4 Cylinder 10,090 mi,
We took the car in and it had a bad valve - it was missing while we drove it. They took it apart and all 4 valves were burnt.

2011 Ford Escape - 2.0L 4 Cylinder 79,000 mi,
They said the valve seat spun in the head

2011 Ford Escape - 2.0L 4 Cylinder 148,000 mi,
2.5 4-cylinder. Cylinders 1 and 2 have burnt exhaust valves. Put 50psi into cylinder and it held about 8 psi. The rest goes out the tail pipe.

2003 Ford Escape - 3.0L V6 125,305 mi,
Doesnot have any compression hit the gas it will not idle up what could be the problem