Question about 1992 Dodge Stealth
My valves are ticking loud in my 92 stealth. How do I adjust them to quiet them down.
If the lifters [automotive repair industry term] or hydraulic lash adjusters [actual terminology], which are ment to maintain the correct distance between the valve train components is bleeding off oil within the adjuster, it must be replaced. The only thing that can be done is to replace them. I would suggest replaceing all 24 [dual overhead cam engine type], if you are in there doing that, you may as well replace the valve stem seals as well... and believe me, its alot of work, ive done it..
Posted on Jun 02, 2009
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it is non-interference. But it's a very close fit and if an engine is excessively carboned up that can be enough to cause interference.
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