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They need no adjustment
Posted on Dec 06, 2012
Are they not hudraulic?
Posted on Dec 06, 2012
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Posted on Jan 02, 2017
SOURCE: 1993 ford explorer type of fluid
Five-Speed Manual Overdrive Transmission (Ford Manual Transmission) Motorcraft MERCON® Multi-Purpose Automatic Transmission Fluid XT-2-QDX or -DDX (E4XZ-19582-B) or Equivalent
the above are ford part #'s listed from the service manual.
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Posted on Jun 17, 2009
You are not letting them bleed down.
The lifters will stay "pumped" for some time after the engine is first started. Sometimes its so bad the engine won't start (if fully pumped). If the engine won't start, you can cycle the engine by hand and compress the valve springs and let it sit for a time and they will bleed down (a couple at a time then turn 1/4 turn or so and wait again), but the easiest way is to run the engine at zero lash and tighten the rockers to spec. (one CYLINDER at a time) and let the other cylinders run until the miss goes away. When the miss goes away that cylinder will be at adjusted zero and you can move to the next cylinder. The thinner the oil the faster it will stabilize (which means engine hot).
If the engine will start at adjusted (but pumped up) lash, just let it run. It could take up to 30 minutes for the lifters to leak down.
Lastly, you can pull the lifters out, remove the snap rings, remove the plungers and drain the oil. Reassemble the engine with "dry" lifters, adjust them static (engine off) then start the engine. After the engine warms up they should fill with oil and run normally.
If you don't know how to do any of this, you probably shouldn't be in there to begin with. If you adjust them incorrectly you can damage your engine.
Some engines have no adjustment and those you just have to wait to stabilize. If they won't start, you turn them by hand and let them bleed down.
Posted on Sep 28, 2009
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