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Posted on Jan 02, 2017
SOURCE: rocker arms
I'm, thinking you may mean cam rocker arms (lobe followers) and like the saying goes, "1 picture is worth a thousand words". These arms fit below cam shaft and sit over valve springs with a small round disc shaped spacer. These spacers are notched so the follower rest on valve. The other end of follower sits atop of the lash adjuster, The top of this adjuster is globed shaped to fit securely to the follower while allowing the correct lash adjustment by two hex nuts on the adjuster.
Confused yet? Well its not easier said than done. If you have access to a shop manual hopefully picture will help Good luck and I hope I have helped. Kam
Posted on Sep 06, 2008
SOURCE: how do you adjust aftermarket
well first you need to know the firing order...if it's a small block chevy the firing order is 18436572. You need to write the second four digits underneath the first four digits.
so it looks like this 1843
This will let you know which rocker to adjust...turn the engine over by hand using a rachet on the crank shaft bolt by the harmonic balancer until you get both rockers for number 6 cylinder moving at the same time. Now you may adjust the clearance for both rocker for number 1 cylinder. Then crank the engine over by hand again until number 5 cylinder rockers start to move. Now you can adjust the clearance on number 8 cylinder. You will need to know the manufacturer specs for the valve clearance...continue until all rockers have been adjusted.
Note: The engine should be warm when you make the adjustment.
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Posted on Sep 20, 2008
SOURCE: I need the torque pressure
Fig. 12: Cylinder head bolt loosen and tighten sequence - 1.5L (VIN K), 1.6L (VIN R), 2.0L (VIN F) and 1996-98 1.8L (VIN M) engines
2.0L (VIN F) and 1996-98 1.8L (VIN M) engines-Tighten M10 bolts to 22 ft. lbs. (30 Nm), plus 60°-65°, plus 60°-65°. Tighten M12 bolts to 26 ft. lbs. (35 Nm), plus 60°-65°, plus 60°-65°. 1.5L (VIN E), 1.5L (VIN J) and 1.5L (VIN K) engines-51-54 ft. lbs. (71-75 Nm). 1.6L (VIN F), 2.0L (VIN P) and 1994-95 1.8L (VIN M) engines-65-72 ft. lbs. (90-100 Nm).
Posted on Aug 05, 2011
SOURCE: I have a 2001 chevy
You are correct there is no lash adjustment, just the torque. However you do have to rotate the crankshaft balancer to position the crankshaft balancer alignment mark 57-63 degrees clockwise or counterclockwise from the engine front cover alignment tab. No further adjustment is required. By the way I have 22 Ft. Lbs for that torque (probably doesn't matter much) I hope this helps.
Posted on Sep 04, 2011
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