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91 FORD FESTIVA LIFTER ADJUSTMENT

I HAVE A 91 FESTIVA AND WANT TO KNOW IF THERE IS ANY VALVE ADJUSTMENT ON 1.3 MOTOR MY SEEMS TO BE LOUD THANKS

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No, they are hydrolic lash/lifters, no adjustment.

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