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On a 1997 Chevy blazer does the valves need to be torqued down or are they preset

Recently changed the heads cause the blazer overheated. when put heads back on and torqued the valves down i need to know if the valves need to be torqued or set with a feeler gauge.

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The speck on rocker arm nut is 20lb and no they are hydrological lifters

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SOURCE: torque settings for transmission pan on 2000 chevy

Good rule of thumb is 15-18 inch lbs.More important is doing them evenly,like in an x type pattern.Good luck,
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VERY COMMON GM problem . the sending unit in the tank is faulty. You are usually better off replacing the whole fuel pump module assy as opposed to only the sender because you can damn near buy the whole assy cheaper than you can buy the sender only for at the dealer which is where you will have to buy the sender if you only want to replace it and not the whole "She-bang".

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