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4d56 valve clearance intake - 1988 Mitsubishi Pickup

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SOURCE: valve clearance

metric - inlet and exhaust .15 (engine cold) .25 (engine warm)

Posted on Nov 07, 2008

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SOURCE: valve clearance for mitsubishi 4d56 w/ turbocharger

0.25mm for both intake and exhaust

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SOURCE: pajero valve clearance

hi the clearance on these will be 0.25 hot ( just run ) and the reason why you have oil coming out from dip stick is either you have too much oil in and need to drain some, or somewhere on the vacuum system you might have a blockage which in turn is casing a pressure build up and is forcing the oil out...hope this helps

Posted on May 31, 2010

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