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What is the valve clearance on ford fiesta flair 1.3i 1997 model

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SOURCE: Need Valve clearance for '93 kh ford laser

0.10 - 0.15mm inlet
0.18 - 0.23mm exhaust
but you must be carefull because the top of the valve seat becomes concave from wear, a feeler guage will not give the most accurate reading, hope i have been of some hel

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