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How do you adjust valves on a 3.1 buick century

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Valves are not adjustable torque rocker arms to 120 inch/lb then 30 degrees

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you should never have to adjust it, it is adjusted by the computer using the IAC (Idle Air Coltrol) valve.

Why do you feel that you need to?

if the idle is too high or too low then you have a problem with the car that needs to be adressed, not the idle

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