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Need position on long and short push rods on GM 3100 v-6 1998

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Goto your local chevy dealership, they have a parts counter and they can print from there pc all diagrams you might need and other info on that motor.

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Im putting new push rods in and like a dummy i took them all out before i got the new ones so now i need to know are the short ones intake and long ones exhaust ?


put the engine on tdc compression stroke and place the 2 rods of different lengths in position
one will be too short and one will be too long
once you have the rods in place they alternate in length

Apr 21, 2016 | 2006 Chevrolet Impala

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What is the Valve adjustment for 1966 Corvette 427 Cubic Inch Solid lifters


All older GM engines with solid lifters had a simple procedure. Take the rockers to zero lash on push rods, then 1/2 turn past that, and you are done. Just be sure you have the cam in the right position to set each rocker correctly

Jul 14, 2014 | 1995 Chevrolet K1500

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I need a diagram for push rods positioning.


The old long and short push rods. The long pushrods are for the exhaust valves. You can remember this by thinking, it's been a LONG day...I'm EXHAUSTed. The short ones are for the intake valves. You can distinguish the exhaust and

Feb 14, 2012 | 1996 Chevrolet Lumina Mini

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87 dodge d150 225 6 fuel pump was not getting gas changed it still no gas


I don't know about 225 six,but a 5.2 318 v8 ,and 5.9 360v8, and some other older modle Dodges, as well as some GM engines, have a ROD that rides on the camshaft
this rod needs to be pushed up into block out of the way, and held there (I usually use greese to hold the rod in place )
then the fule pump can be installed , if the rod isn't above the pump lever, the pump will not only not work, but can also become damaged
The rod works like a push rod on the pump lever
hope this helps

Apr 21, 2011 | 1987 Dodge D150

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What oder do the rods go back in long short short long


INTAKE TAKE PUSH RODS SHORT ONES THE EXHAUST PUSH RODS LONG ONES

Dec 09, 2010 | 1999 Oldsmobile Alero

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I need good photos or instructions to change the brake light switch on a 1999 ford expedition


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f43af9d.gif Fig. 2 Brake pedal position switch removal- F-150, F-250, Expedition and Navigator; 1999-00 F-250SD, F-350, and F-Super Duty Models
  1. Disconnect the negative battery cable.
  2. Disconnect the brake pedal position switch.
  3. Remove the self-locking pin.
  4. Remove the brake pedal position switch from the brake master cylinder push rod.
  5. Remove the brake master cylinder push rod spacer.
  6. Remove the brake master cylinder push rod bushing.
  7. The installation is the reverse of the removal.

Sep 24, 2010 | 1999 Ford Expedition

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Sequence for the push rods for the intake & exhaust on a 2001 Grand Am GT there are 3 long ones & 3 short ones, While replacing the intake manifold gaskets, I forgot where they go!!!!


The valves that are furthest from the intake, on the outside perimeter of the head, closest to the spark plugs are small diameter valves. These valves use the short rods. The valves that are [non-uniformly] on the interior of the head use the large diameter valves. These valves use the long push rods. This is not due to the diameter, but do to the proximity of the valve on the head with respect to the rod length required to push it. So, looking at a picture of the "front head," closest to the front of the car, from underneath will verify that diameters are small - large - large - small - large - small. Inspecting from above you should note the order of valves as outside - interior - interior - outside - interior - outside. And if you invert that same head to the "rear head" configuration (180o) it would become small - large - small - large - large - small (outside - interior - outside - interior - interior - outside).

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The answer is this:
The rear head (2-4-6) will have push-rods in the following configuration:
short - long - short - long - long - short

The front head (1-3-5) will have push-rods in the following configuration:
short - long - long - short - long - short


May 16, 2010 | 2001 Pontiac Grand Am SE

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Need the positioning of push rod long and short push rods 3.1 motor


Hi the LONG push rods are EXHAUST
the SHORT ones are INTAKE

May 17, 2009 | 1995 Pontiac Grand Am

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Need to know if long push rod goes into the exhaust valve


Long push rods are for exhaust valves. Short are intake.

Apr 24, 2009 | 1996 Chevrolet Monte Carlo

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