Question about 2010 Suzuki Kizashi
With such a late model car I suspect you have hydraulic tappets which means the clearance is automatically adjusted when you start
Posted on May 05, 2013
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Posted on Jan 02, 2017
SOURCE: Valve tappet adjustment
well, I can see ur message has been here for quite some time. Most probably you got the answer to ur request.
I just did the valve clearance on the engine of my SJ413 that has the 1000cc engine of an SJ410 :
When cold: 0.13mm Intake and 0.18mm Exhaust
Engine sounded well and worked fine after that.
Posted on Feb 07, 2009
SOURCE: Valve Clearance
valve clearance, with engine hot, intake valves are .005-.006 in, exhaust valves are .011 in, if engine is cold then its intake .009-.011 in and exhaust is .007. hope this helps good luck.
Posted on Nov 28, 2009
SOURCE: I just rebuilt my Sidekick
Did you pump up the lifters with oil? They are what oils the valves. As the motor runs they act as pumps and hydrolic shock absorbers at the same time. They pump oil up through the push rods. So when you try to adjust them they collapse and don't fill back up.
A drill press and push rod is the best way, tighten the pushrod into the chuck. Leave it off. then place the lifter in a small bowl of oil and press it down with the lever on drill. do it over and over until it gets hard to pump.
Posted on Aug 29, 2010
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See Figures 3, 4, 5 and 6
Fig. Fig. 3: Adjust the clearance of half the valves, do the arrowed ones first
Fig. Fig. 4: Use a gauge to measure the distance between the stem and the rocker arm
Fig. Fig. 5: Hold the adjusting screw in position, then tighten the locknut
Fig. Fig. 6: Adjust the second set of valves the same as the first
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