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That means that the oil is not passing up through your rods to the rockers the rods are hollow and the lifters are most likely hydraulic roller type. this usually occurs because sludge build up in the valve covers . this comes from using cheap oil. your going to have to pull the covers and intake manifold to see if there is sludge built up in your oil gates in the block. please rate this
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* Apply engine oil or assembly lubricant to the valve stem tip and pushrod end. Also apply lubricant to the rocker arm and fulcrum seat contact surfaces.
* Rotate the crankshaft until the lifter is on the camshaft base circle (all the way down) and install the rocker, fulcrum seat and fulcrum bolt. Tighten the bolts to 18-25 ft. lbs. (24-34 Nm).
* Install the rocker arm cover(s).
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