Undo the Allen screw in the center and it should come right off.
Unhook front brake. Remove compression cap, loosen stem bolts, slide stem and bars straight off. JIggle it around a little to unstick the compression wedge, then the fork should drop right out.
It ha a threadless fork with an aheadset stem. Remove compression cap, loosen the steerer tube(rear) screws, pull the stem/ bar off. Then the fork should come off with a light tap on the steerer tube.
Remove spark plug on #1 cylinder, rotate engine and use a screwdriver to feel when piston on TDC compression stroke. (All the way to top) Remove distributor cap and look at where rotor is pointing. That one. You can remove valve cover to tell compression stroke, both valves will be closed, otherwise you may be 180° off
Need to know what kind of headset you've got to be able to answer that. If it's a threaded headset with a quill stem you just need to undo the screw a few turns, then tap the screw down. After that you should be able to pull the stem out and undo the fork by removing the locknut and then the top headset cup. If it's a threadless fork the compression cap should come off after undoing the top screw, after which you can undo the stem bolts, slide the stem off and the fork should come right out. If something really strange has happened to your compression cap bolt you'll simply have to cut away the compression cap to get the fork out. They're usually quite soft, some are even plastic, so it shouldn't be too bad.
Either your timing belt is stripped or broken. In order to have compression the camshaft and valves need to be in time with the crankshaft. If it has a distributor cap then remove it and have someone crank the engine. If the rotor does not turn then the timing belt is bad.
You put the compression on the fork with out a top race for the headset. Then you put on the compression cap. Next you put in the compression bolt and tighten it. Now you're good to go!
He takes a cap doesn't he?
you can use hic, scs, or ics. I think hic is the best and esiest. you need a star nut in your forks about 3/4 of an inch down, then you put your fork through the deck and headset and keep the top cap of your headset on . after slide the compression shim over and put on the othe top cap which has a bollt that feeds into the starnut.tighten the bolt with an allen wrench until pretty tight. it wont spin good until your bars are on which must be over sized.
Remove the cap from a teacup, what is left?
Do a wet test. Remove all the spark plugs, disconnect coil wire from cap and ground it, remove fuel pump fuse or relay, squirt some motor oil into each cylinder and do another compression test. If there is substantially more compression in those previously low cylinders you probably have worn piston rings. If there is little change you probably have valve problems.
pull #1 plug and rotate engine til you feel compression starting to build. then watch timing marks to come up on the balancer. remove cap and see where the rotor is pointing that's number one then follow the firing order.
On the 2.8L V6 the distributor cap is held on with two screws. Unscrew the two screws and pull straight up on the distributor cap to remove it from the distributor.