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Cheaper to replace with a used engine. I wouldn't do it on a 20 year old engine.

Posted on Dec 31, 2016

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  • Randy Ohler Dec 31, 2016

    Lower intake 5 hours minimum. It will take longer because what you want fixed has to be checked. Replace the lifters, now the rocker arms and rods have to be checked. Cam journals also.

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Hydraulic Lifters REMOVAL & INSTALLATION 4.8L Engines
  1. Remove the rocker cover.
  2. Remove the engine side cover.
  3. Back off the rocker arm adjusting nuts and remove the pushrods. Keep them in order for installation.
  4. Reaching through the side cover opening, lift out the hydraulic lifters. If your are going to re-use the lifters, remove them one at a time and mark each one for installation. They must be re-installed in the same locations. If a lifter is stuck, it can be removed with a grasping-type lifter tool, available form most auto parts stores.
  5. Inspect each lifter thoroughly. If any of them shows any signs of wear, heat bluing or damage, replace the whole set. To install:
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  2. Remove the intake manifold.
  3. Back off the rocker arm adjusting nuts and remove the pushrods. Keep them in order for installation.
  4. Remove the lifter retainer bolts, retainer and restrictor.
  5. Remove the lifters. If your are going to re-use the lifters, remove them one at a time and mark each one for installation. They must be re-installed in the same locations. If a lifter is stuck, it can be removed with a grasping-type lifter tool, available from most auto parts stores.
  6. Inspect each lifter thoroughly. If any of them shows any signs of wear, heat bluing or damage, replace the whole set.
  7. Coat each lifter with engine oil supplement prior to installation. Tighten the retainer bolts to 12 ft. lbs. (16 Nm). Adjust the valves as described in the valve lash procedure.
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  3. Remove the clamps and lifter guide plates.
  4. Remove the lifters by reaching through the access holes in the cylinder head with a magnetic lifter tool. If you are going to re-use the lifters, remove them one at a time and mark each one for installation. They must be re-installed in the same locations. If a lifter is stuck, it can be removed with a grasping-type lifter tool, available form most auto parts stores. To install:
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  7. Prior to installation, coat the lifter roller with engine oil supplement. Re-used lifters must be installed in their original positions!
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  11. The remainder of assembly the reverse of disassembly.
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