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I need to know how to do a valve adjustments on a honda crv 2.0

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The P1399 random misfire along with one or more of these codes: P0301, P0302, P0303, P0304 -- indicates a problem with the valves. The B20 engines in the 1997-2001 CR-Vs are known to have problems with valves tightening and then 'burning'.

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The valves are hydrolic and shouldn't need adjusting. Make sure you have the right weight oil, and the rite amount. If there is still noise, try changing your oil and sub. a quart of lucas oil stabilizer for a quart of oil. If the problem is a stuck lifter, the lucas will probly free it up.

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