Okay. I would recommend just seeking a second opinion from another shop. If it has no compression then the engine would not start. However, it sounds like they are giving you very little explanation to send almost $10,000.00. I am a service engineer and fully understand what no compression is but even I would not spend that kind of money on this explanation.
They need to provide the compression readings for each cylinder, where they are losing compression and confirm it is not just a warped head. If this is the case, then replacing the head would repair the vehicle.
Long story short, I would not trust the info they are telling me at this point anyway so I would just take it to another shop and see what they come back with. You can tell them that you had it somewhere else and don't trust what they are saying is wrong and would like to see if they find the same thing. Tell them you would like them to look at it without telling them what the other shop found with the compression just to see if they come back with this info.
Let me know if you have questions or want to talk this out a little more before going to another shop. Thanks
Sunday, June 7th, 2020 AT 5:14 PM