Question about 1995 Jeep Grand Cherokee
No, it's fairly easy, just remove the valve cover, unbolt the rocker arms, remove pushrods. Make sure you have correct parts and compare length of new ones to old ones. Too long of a pushrod and you could have major damage. Slide pushrods into lifters, you can look down through the head and see the lifter. You can also feel when the rod is in the lifter correctly. Install rockers in reverse trying to put back in exact location. I recommend torqing these, you'll have to find the spec. You could spin the engine with coil unhooked so it won't fire before you put the valvecover back on to make sure they're all moving the same. Install valve cover, etc, your done.
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