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Hi this is a 2kd-ftv engine the clearance will be for exhaust 0.35mm, 0.45mm cold, for inlet it is 0.20mm , 0.30mm cold

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  1. tighten all the bolts down to about 46 lbs ppt in the right order specified by manufactorer
  2. then about another 1/2 -5/8 of a turn for the final tightening


Thats about standard throughout engine rebuilding

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SOURCE: I have an old 1989 Toyota dyna with 14b motor 5

hi, no im afraid with the hydraulic clutch their is no adjustment its going to be a case of buying a clutch kit and change the clutch.

If it was cable tight then some are adjustable and some are not but even the ones that are not adjustable you can get round this and adjust them slightly but with your type of clutch their is nothing at all you can do.

Sorry i couldnt give you any good news or an easy fix but its going to be a case of changing parts to solve your problem.

Let me know how you get on or if you need further assistance ok

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valve clearance is .20mm for the intake and .30mm for the exhaust. Will try to find cylinder head torque for you.

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effect causing a lowering of cooling efficiency. Do not remove

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1. DRAIN ENGINE COOLANT

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