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have it checked out professionally as it may be worn rocker arm bushes/shaft or push rods as you say
unless there is cam damage ( rare ) then it is not necessary to replace the cam shaft.
cam followers may be hydraulic and can be checked
If your trying to charge your ac and you have a charging kit the fittings on the charging kit are designed to only fit on the low side quick connect. If that isn't what your trying to do i'd have to go look to describe better.
Freon is low, go to walmart and buy a R134 kit with guage attached (not very expensive. Connect it to the low pressure side of the A/c system (don't worry the connection won't fit on the high pressure side) Read the guage on the kit and add as neccessary. It truly is that simple.
have you checked the mixing motor and the door?pull out the glove box you will see a white motor remove it 5/16 or 8mm plug it back in run the system to see if the shaft on the motor works then check where the shaft fits in the top of the door if it's broke cut the box under the door w/ a dremal remove door fix if posible reverse steps good luck.i'm doing this now i fixed the oor but the compressor wont come on any ideas???????????
It sounds like you have a leak somewhere in your intake manifold. Have all hoses and seals checked. If the idle air control valve is malfunctioning it would cause the engine to idle high even after the engine is warmed up. Have it checked also.