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Valve Clearance Standard Value (cold)
Intake: 0.23 mm 0.33 mm (0.0091 in 0.0130 in)
Exhaust: 0.25 mm 0.35 mm (0.0098 in 0.0138 in)

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Now first you check the clearance and record the clearances. If they are out you need to change the valve bucket (which comes in different sizes). This involves removing the camshaft to change the buckets and then reassemble and recheck the clearances. This is a big job and dealerships will often charge $1500 plus to do this job. I am going to post some info from a thread which will explain further. Many motorcycles are similar as well.

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Last winter I checked the valve clearance on a 2001 Focus ZX3 with the 2.0L DOHC engine. It had about 85K on it. The clearances were all pretty close to nominal. I don't know the history on the car since new so they may have been adjusted at some time in its life. IIRC the interval for that car was 75K.

As I said above, bikes typically tighten up with this type of valve train. This is due to the valves seating deeper in the valve seats due to wear. This increases the installed height of the valve, decreasing the clearance to the cam. The rate of seat wear exceeds all other wear causing them to tighten.

Tight valves are worse than loose valves. Can eventually lead to low compression, and burnt valves.

If the wear of the cam, bucket, cam journal exceed that of the valve seat, the clearance will increase.

I don't know what the general trend on these engines are as far as tightening or loosening, but if they are like a bike, they will tighten.

I can tell you that on bikes if they are operated a significant amount of time near the red line, they will require more frequent adjustment compared to one operated more conservatively. A bike that is operated conservatively may not need any adjustment at the first inspection interval (not unusual for my Yamaha FZ1, 26,000 mile interval)

Sorry about being long winded, but I thought I would do a brain dump to help people understand the process.

I hope this helps. Rod

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