Question about 1990 Chevrolet K2500
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Posted on Jan 02, 2017
these are hydraulic and never need adjustment, if this is a new parts install then do this, bring the cylinders up in firing order of engine until the both the valves are closed at each cylinder, then adjust the rockers arms to zero lash, then 1/2 turn tighter, repeat for each cylinder as the valves become closed.
Posted on Mar 22, 2010
have you checked the filter, i know you state the fuel lines are clear though. likely fuel injectors have lost flow. the TBI injectors can be cleaned, but i usually just replace them. but check them using a timing light hooked to the coil wire for timing of each injector spray. the pattern under the light should be even and conical shape, no major spatter. if one shows low volume, the other one should be replaced at same time, it will save you having to change it when you put brand new next to old one a have same problem again. only replace with brand new, i've had 7 bad remanufactured injectors on one truck at one point in time, only replace with new!
Posted on Jul 08, 2010
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