Question about Plymouth Voyager
Its not realy measured by torque on the rocker arm it self because the arm is perloaded by the valve spring plus its a lock nut .The valve adjustment is the thing you need to deal with witch is the space between the rocker arm and the valve stem where it contacts the rocker arm its a spicific clearance in thousands of an inch the exhust is uasly a couple thousands more because it runs slightly hotter . You realy need to check the specific methoid and and spec's for your engine on line or mabey call the dealer its not that its that hard to do it just needs to be correct to tight and it could do a lot of damage to the engine valve train
Posted on Apr 03, 2011
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Posted on Jan 02, 2017
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