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On a 1992 chevy lumina eurosport 3.1, I need a diagram of the push rods and where they go and how do you know where they go when half of them are long and half of them are short; my e-mail address is MbSha6@aol.com. I need an answer ASAP!

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ok i understand what you are saying now.

the euro sport is the same as the lumina base just with a body kit, stiffer suspension, and dual exhaust.

but on the 3.1 engine the pushrods are all the same length, but depending on the stroke each cylinder is on the pushrod may be in a different position.

you are assuming that every pushrod should be in the rest state. that is not true. if the cylinder you are installing the pushrod for is on the intake stroke when you install the intake valve pushrod and tighten the rocker arm nut the valve will procede to open like it should be open for the intake stroke.

this is normal and its nothing wrong with it.

Posted on Apr 11, 2009

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On the 92 chevy lumina eurosport 3.1 push rods on the heads you gave the configurations but no matter which way I put them in the long is too long but the short is too short. also when I tighten them down...


the euro sport is the same as the lumina base just with a body kit, stiffer suspension, and dual exhaust.

but on the 3.1 engine the pushrods are all the same length, but depending on the stroke each cylinder is on the pushrod may be in a different position.

you are assuming that every pushrod should be in the rest state. that is not true. if the cylinder you are installing the pushrod for is on the intake stroke when you install the intake valve pushrod and tighten the rocker arm nut the valve will procede to open like it should be open for the intake stroke.

this is normal and its nothing wrong with it.

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ok i understand what you are saying now.

the euro sport is the same as the lumina base just with a body kit, stiffer suspension, and dual exhaust.

but on the 3.1 engine the pushrods are all the same length, but depending on the stroke each cylinder is on the pushrod may be in a different position.

you are assuming that every pushrod should be in the rest state. that is not true. if the cylinder you are installing the pushrod for is on the intake stroke when you install the intake valve pushrod and tighten the rocker arm nut the valve will procede to open like it should be open for the intake stroke.

this is normal and its nothing wrong with it.

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