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I need all the torque settings for the cylinder head on a 413cdi including hydraulic lifter frame and cam shafts

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Can you give me chassis no of your car then i will give you all details.

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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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Hi.have jumped pushrod.are cam followers hydraulic and can they be removed from top with magnet or cylinder head have to come off.regards lenny .2.5 td

I don't see the answer I posted so here's the short version: the head does not have to come off. There is a better tool available to remove lifters it is an expandable "hook" that grips the inside lip of the lifter and has a small slide hammer on it so if lifter sticks in bore you can still get it out. Any dishing on business end of lifter indicates corresponding cam wear. If dished, cam needs replacement. also check pivot point on rocker and ends of pushrod for wear.
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