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Honda gx670 has fire and gas to the carb Carb has been cleaned, fluid goes through all jets and ports.when reinstalled still won't start


remove spark plug an see that its actually firing
spray some gas 1/4 oz in the hole an reattach plug
or
prime the carb does it fire
its either
gas , oil, spark , compression

May 03, 2015 | Honda Motorcycles

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Np code for lisbon from orange zte gx670


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Setting valve clearances


360 with hydraulic lifters, the crankshaft wit a ratchet and socket to get each valve closed. When lifter is at bottom turn the valve adjuster out to where you have free movement then turn adjuster till the rocker arm touches the lifter, then turn the adjuster in three quarters of a turn, and that valve is adjusted. No other clearance is required on hydraulic lifters. Do this with each valve in turn as each piston comes to top dead center using the firing order as a guide. When #1 piston is up to top dead center, both valves are closed. Adjust intake and exhaust at this time. Then the next in the firing order. The firing order can be found on the intake as is each cylinder marked with it's number. If it were a Chevy small block, for example only, firing order is 1-8-4-3-6-5-7-2. I would bring # 1 cylinder up to top dead center on compression stroke by removing that spark plug and stick my finger in the hole and crank the engine till I felt my finger being pushed away with compression, then bring that piston up till the timing mark was on the "0" of the timing tab at drivers side of the harmonic balancer on the crank. Adjust both valves on #1 cylinder and then turn the crank until both valves of #8 cylinder were free moving at the rocker. Then to the next in order of fire. I would turn each adjuster out at least one full turn before starting this procedure, then adjust them in order of firing starting with #1. It isn't hard, just takes time to do it right.

Aug 12, 2014 | AMC CJ7 Cars & Trucks

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You said youknew the torque specs for my rocker arms on the 92 chevy s-10 pickup 2.8 liter v-6


  1. Crank the engine until the mark on the Harmonic Balancer lines up with the "0" mark on the timing tab and the engine in the number one firing position. This may be determined by placing fingers on the number one valve as the mark on the damper comes near the "0" mark on the timing lab. If the rocker arms are not moving, the engine is in the number one firing position. If the rocker arms move as the mark comes up to the timing tab, the engine is in the number four firing position and should be turned over one more time to reach the number one position.
  2. With the engine in the number one firing position as determined above, the following valves may be adjusted:
    1. Exhaust: 1, 2, 3
    • Intake: 1, 5, 6 (Even numbered cylinders are in the left bank; odd numbered cylinders are in the right bank; when viewed from the rear of the engine).
  1. Back out the adjusting nut until lash is felt at the pushrod then turn in the adjusting nut until all lash is removed. This can be determined by rotating the pushrod while turning the adjusting nut (figure 7). When the play has been removed, turn the adjusting nut in one and one-half additional turns (to center the lifter plunger).
  2. Crank the engine one revolution until the timing tab "0" mark and vibration damper mark are again in alignment. This is the number four firing position. The following valves may be adjusted:
    • Exhaust: 4, 5, 6
    • Intake: 2, 3, 4

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Unlock code for ZTE GX670


zte-gx670 imei:358895030944004 help me please

Dec 07, 2010 | Cell Phones

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Technics sa-gx670 reciever sound drop


it could be that your amp chips are gettin hot

Jul 22, 2010 | Technics SA-DX750 Receiver

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