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1992 jeep cherokee 4.0 can I remove the lifters without removing the cylender head?

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YES YOU CAN BUT YOU WILL HAVE TAKE THE INTAKE OFF AND TAKE LOOSE THE ROCKERS AND TAKE OUT THE PUSH RODS THEN YOU CAN TAKE OUT THE LIFTERS

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Sorry...lifters will not come out without removing the cylinder head

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draw this on a paper

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