Question about Pontiac Montana
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.
Posted on Mar 27, 2011
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