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I took the vavle cover plate off by mistake and the vavle check balls and springs came out.

a diagram of what ?
if you read your post you will see what I mean

Jun 22, 2017 | Cars & Trucks

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I have a 1987 chevorlete nova 1.6 liters it has a small oil leak I have to put oil in it ever now it's seem like it's coming from the front left side

is the 1.6 liter a six cylinder or slant 6 cylinder by any chance. if not. look for fuel pump location, is this where the oil dripping. or cover that has bolts that have a cover there, if so the gaskets for the cover or the fuel pump gasket needs replacing., try crawling down there when the car is running and see if it linking from the oil pan toward the front cover of oil pan. look where the timing chain location it on the front of motor, and the fan maybe blowing the oil over there. or it could be the vavle cover top cover where the lifters are located, the oil can be linking from there and running down the motor, you will idea the bad gasket remove the bolts, clean off oil, old gasket material, new gasket sealant and gasket sets, bolts down, lets setup few hours, refill oil levels, and everything should be okay.

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Oct 16, 2015 | Cars & Trucks

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How do i replace the valve cover gasket

uunbolt the vavle cover ,pull vavle cover off replace gasket put back in reverse order. just look to see what migth have to be took off to get cover off.

Dec 11, 2010 | 1999 Ford Contour

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Engine has a miss and you can hear a clicking

bad lifter - rocker ***. bad - or it could have bent vavle - pull vavle cover an inspect

Nov 19, 2010 | 2004 Dodge Ram 1500

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I need a step by step outline on how to change valve cover gaskets on a v6 1988 bronco xlt

First off you need to disconnect the battery. then you will need to take the plug wires off be sure to number them per cylinder. NOTE on the passenger side you have cylinder starting from the front of the engine 1-2-3 3 being at the back of the engine. on drivers side you have 4-5-6 6 being at the back of the engine. firing order is clockwise- 1-4-2-5-3-6.. then you will have vacuum lines that have to come off so you would need to mark those as well as to where they go, you can use masking tape and a fine point black marker. You must take out the altenator for better clearance on the passenger side and you may have to loosen the distributor to have clearance because of the ignition module if it is in the way. most hoses and fuel lines can be lifted up with a bungie cord and connected to the hood for getting those out of the way. the biggest pain is the wiring harness for the engine that runs through the pentium you can wiggle it enough to bungie it up out of the way. you may also find that you have to remove the heater hoses also since that will give you more clearance on the passenger side. the bolts are a 10 mm they also should have a spreader on them that you must look for under the bolt very important to put these back on. carefully lift and remove the vavle covers. clean all gasket and material off of the engine and on the vavle covers you want them clean enough to eat off of.. check vavle covers where the bolts attach to see if the vavle cover is straight if not then use a board under the vavle cover lip to tap the holes back down from the underneath side to get them straight. once all this is done then you need to get i suggest the cork felpro gaskets and some black sealant for valve covers. once the vavle covers are clean and ready for install then coat the valve cover where the gasket goes with sealant and let it setup- very important. then coat the gasket on one side and put it on the valve cover the valve covers have cutouts to where the tabs on the gaskests go then install on the valve cover. then coat the gasket again and let it setup for awhile very important. then reinstall the valve covers using a criscross pattern staring from the center out then tighten all bolts the same . very important do not over tighten the bolts just snug them up otherwise it will leak-reason the valve covers will warp by the holes.. and let the vehicle sit for about 12 hrs to make sure the silicone is set up.. it is a good weekend project did my fathers took about 2 days sat-sun but never leaked since..

Nov 07, 2010 | 1988 Ford Bronco II

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Trying to locate the cam sensor since the car will run but not idle without stepping on the gas could u send a diagram

Hi: You'll Find the Cam Shaft Sensors (2) There are 2- in Front of your Engine .Just below your Vavle Covers On Your Timing Case Cover. 1-On Each Side.There are 2-Different Types of Sensors Theres a 2-Pin and a 3-Pin ,Once you Pull the Wiring off each Sensor you can look inside the Wire Plug for your Sensors and see if its a 2 or 3 Pin Sensor.. I Assume you have had your Engine Scanned to Diagnose that your Sensors ARE bAd. There Fairly Easy To Spot.Remember Ring in Front on Your Engine Below Vavle Covers On Timing Cover 1 On Each Side. I hope This Helps You,Please Let me Know if My Solution Has Helped you And The Quality Of Help i have Given You. Thanks Good Luck FROM - d_hubbs

Jun 08, 2010 | 1999 Mercury Grand Marquis

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1995 VW jetta 2.0 leaking valve cover I need instructions

You'll need to remove the intake plenum, unplug and label any hoses and connectors. Number and remove the spark plug wires at the plugs. Unbolt the valve cover. Clean everything well. Reinstall. Tighten vavle cover bolts from the center, out.

May 22, 2009 | 1995 Volkswagen Jetta

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