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MG TRITON 2.6 PETROL. TAPPETS ARE NOISEY. HOW TO ADJUST INLET AND EXHAUST RIGHT?

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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.
If you have a significant power loss I would be surprised to find that the just tappets/valves were to blame.

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If you have adjustable tappets the setting are usually .010" hot inlet and .12" hot exhaust. Start at 12 and 14 cold and recheck when hot. If you have hydraulic tappets there is no adjustment as they automatically adjust when oil pressure is achieved

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Most engines having tappets that can be adjusted run .010" inlet and .012" exhaust hot. Best check to be sure but if you want to get the engine running add .002" to the measurements cold and readjust when you have the correct measurements. If you have hydraulic tappets just start the engine and oil pressure will adjust automatically

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12th inlet 14 exhaust for the valve clearances ,adjust by the rule of nine that is number one down adjust number 8 -----number 2 down adjust number 7 ---and so so so every adjustment adds up to 9 ,simple when you know how isnt it

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manually adjust tappets ,12th inlet and 15 exhaust will do it ,set by the rule of 9 ,no8 down and adjust no1 no7 down adjust no2 and so on so whatever your adjusting adds to 9

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right as i remember the points adjustment is 19/22 th with the mitsubishi heavy industries distributor ,now as these old fashioned distributors do wear then make sure the points are checked with a dwell meter afterwards which should be around 55% ,as for the tappets 12 inlet and 14/15 exhaust will suffice ,but when adjusting allow for wear under the arm where it strikes the valve ,what i do is adjust the tappets by the rule of 9 then start engine up with rocker cover off and sort of feel any that are noisey and re adjust them to allow for this wear ,Now to adjust the tappets use the rule of 9 ,this is as follows -1 down adjust 8 -----2 down adjust 7----3 down adjust 6------4 down adjust 5 and so on .When its up and running and running nice then for the idle make sure the CO2 is below .2% by adjusting the air blled screw on the bottom of the cab in line with the butterfly although it will run better on idle if CO2 is slightly higher but the emmisions test says it has to be below the specified figure .

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I need to know how to adjust the rocker arms on a 1966 ford f100 motor is a 240.


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The tappet clearence should be in the owners handbook but it's a bit early a tappet noise from the engine (2006) ! Check oil level and change if it's overdue a service is definately worth a look ! Good luck

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In what order do you set tappets on a 850cc 3 cylinder daihatsu engine?


I haven't personally worked on the Charade before, but the process on all 3 cylinder engines is the same.

The firing order is 1-3-2 and because there is an odd number of cylinders you will never get a situation where the inlet/exhaust valve on cylinder x is fully closed leaving the inlet/exhaust on cylinder y fully open (in contrast to engines with an even cylinder count).

Instead, you just choose whether to start with the inlet or exhaust valves first and then adjust cylinder 1. You then turn the engine over by hand until whichever valves you chose to start with are fully open on no.3 and adjust those and then the same on no.2. Starting again at no.1 you then do the remaining valves, so if you started with the exhaust valves, now you do the inlets.

Hope this helps, if so please return the favour by taking a moment to rate my answer.

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