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DOES THE 2001 RODEO WITH 2.2L DUAL OVERHEAD CAMS HAVE ROCKER ARMS AND LIFTERS?

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No the cam pushes hydraulic lifters that open and close valves

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Location of Pushrods


Push rods are used on engines that do NOT have overhead cams. They are generally about 8-12 inches long, about 1/4" in diameter, and run from the cam lifters to the rockers (at the valves). There is one push rod for each valve. A V8 with 2 valves per cylinder will have 16 push rods.

Typically, you remove the valve cover, remove the rocker, and the push rod can be removed.

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Trying to look for the easiest way to inspect the pushrods and valve lifters on my 97 lincoln towncar


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WHAT ARE LIFTERS ?????WHAT ARE THEY USED FOR?


Your car has a cam-shaft that controls the positioning of the cylinder valves.
It MAY contact the valves directly, but in most cars they are not close together.
To transmit the action of the cams to the valves they might have used rocker arms and lengths of metal. Those lengths of metal are called lifters.
An improved version uses a tube filled with oil and are called hydraulic lifters.

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Where are the lifters & how do you change them


The are inside the head. Best way to access them is to remove the valve cover and you will seem the cams, rocker arms, and under the rocker arms are the hydraulic lifters. Just a fyi if you remove a lifter make sure you put it back in the same spot. Label everything you take apart!!!

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Whats is tourqe for the lifter bolts


This vehicle uses hydraulic "lifters" and dual overhead cams, so "lifter bolts" doesn't compute. Can you rephrase what you're looking for?

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