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Toyota 1.3 2e

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I have a 1.3 toyota tazz, the SA version of a conquest. It tend to have a problem with the valves getting loose while driving high speeds. Is there aa way to fix this and how?

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  • fast-mama Jun 17, 2008

    Hi there,

    Sorry about this misunderstanding. I was referring to the engine valves. The bolt fastening the stud keeps working loose and then the valve timing is out and the rocker is loose. I'm just concerned that i might bend or break a valve in the process and blow the engine completely.



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What valves are you refering to? there is many valves in a car other than the engine valves

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Hi,

To my knowledge, it should not loosen up by itself. If it does, then it is possible that they are worn out and must be replaced. Alternately, on some engines I have worked with, there is a locking nut that is used to tighten in place the adjuster stud or in some cases a double nut, that is one nut to lock in place and another to lock the first. On high revving bike engines, I also use locktite (superglue). Of course the pieces must be initially clean of oil otherwise the glue will not adhere.

Hope this be of initial help/idea. Pls post back how things turned up or should you need additional information.

Good luck and kind regards.

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