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Tappets......... perhaps is what your friend said. The tappets are part of the engine inlet and exhaust valve set up. Most tappets are self adjusting in modern motors, (Hydraulic).
The old fashioned tappets are manually adjusted during regular car servicing. This happens at set intervals, for instance every 20,000 miles.
Inlet valves allow air and fuel into the engine and exhaust valves let the burnt fuel and air out.
Tappets are fitted between the inlet and exhaust valves, they ensure that the valves open on time and more importantly close properly. If the tappet happened to be badly adjusted and did not let the valve close properly then damage to the valve and cylinder head can happen by burning.
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I am trying to put a timing belt on a 2001 Kia sportage 4dr 4X4. We have the firing order. There are so many diffrent marks on the intake and exhaust gears. How do I know which ones are the right ones....

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