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Posted on Jan 02, 2017
did u soak the lifters in oil 1st before installing them? if they are pumped up u bring that cylinder u are adjusting up on compression stroke, then adjust rocker to zero lash and then 1/2 more turn of the adjusting nut.
Posted on Mar 22, 2009
VALVE ADJUSTMENTS All gasoline and diesel engines in this guide use hydraulic valve lifters, which require no periodic maintenance or adjustment. However, in the event of cylinder head removal or any operation that requires disturbing or removing the rocker arms, the rocker arms must be adjusted in order to position the pushrods to allow the hydraulic lifters to maintain zero lash. Refer to the valve lash adjustment procedure under Rocker Arms, earlier in this Section.
Posted on Aug 21, 2010
Testimonial: "Thanks for this response. After removing the valve cover, they are hydraulic lifters. We called 2 leading parts stores and they did not know that."
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