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What are the valve adjustment specs on the head of 1999 kia sportage both dual and overhead cam 2.0 please give answer to both intake and exhaust please Thank you.

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The valves are hydralic and are not adjustable.if they are noisey there may be a bad lifter or cam. if they sit for a few days they will click for awhile when started. the factiry recomends running the engine in nuetral for 5 minutes at 2000 rpm the bleed out air bubbles [or just drive it down the highway a few miles.

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