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I have a 1993 Isuzu rodeo and i need to know how to change the valve cover gasket.

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Not too difficult of a repair. While is have not worked directly with the engine you need to start first by disconnecting the ground to the battery. From here examine your engine bay for what items you'll have to remove or move to gain access to the cover(s). I expect you may have to remove the alternator, spark plug wires, other electrical connectors and perhaps the plenum and throttle body. Take your time to note what goes where, take digital photos, make a sketch or whatever to assist you in getting in back together properly. Use a torque wrench (aluminum will strip easily) be certain not to over tighten the valve covers, too tight and you can deform them. Take your time, keep it neat and enjoy the process.
I hope this may have helped,
Tom

Posted on Oct 02, 2009

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SOURCE: I need a diagram on how to change a valve cover

your not going to find one but theres nothing to it just remove anything thats in the way then the cover.

Posted on Oct 26, 2009

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