Rocker gasket? If you are referring to a valve cover gasket, no it will do no damage as long as you keep the oil level full.
Remove the valve cover. The rocker arm assembly can be removed by loosening the rocker arm screws. Each rocker arm will have a screw.
you have to cut out the fuel cells because they are partially attached to the rocker cover gasket but that will not completely remove it you also have to remove the radiator and then the rocker cover gasket will be suspended in the air. You then have to cut the cords and the gasket will fall to the ground. And the rest is pretty simple.
There is no rocker arm assembly on a 1987 2.5 engine. Each valve has its own rocker, they are installed and adjusted one at a time.
Remove the rocker assembly and pressure test the cylinders.Remove the rocker assembly and pressure test the cylinders.
Rocker assembly 135ftlbs rocker box or housing is 35ftlbs
Not necessarily. Check the rocker gasket.
I'd be more suspicious of a rocker cover gasket. If you're sure it's the head, try re-torquing it first.
Unscrew the nut on top and lift off the rocker and swivel.
I am assuming you mean "rocker cover" gasket. All you have to do is simply take the cover off, peal away all the old gasket, clean both gasket surfaces, and then use a small amount of RTV silicone in the corners of rubber gaskets (NOT CORK GASKETS) and then re-install the new gasket in place of the old one.
rocker cover gasket or valve inspection gasket leaking
depending on where the oil is leaking from. sump gasket? rocker cover gasket? hoses? castings?
They are under the rocker cover. You'll need to replace the rocker cover seal aswel if your replacing the glow plugs.
The Ford Ranger 4.0L OHV has a rocker arm assembly on pedestals, held down by 3 bolts. I torqued mine to 45-48 ft lbs. The original assembly was hard to unbolt.
No. The valve uses an hydraulic lifter that is built in the rocker arm assembly. The whole rocker arm has to be replaced.
I had the same problem when i went to change my plugs. It was the rocker cover gasket
Disconnect the battery negative cable assembly from the battery negative terminal.Remove the spark plug wires.Disconnect the wiring harness from the clips, and move aside.Remove the following components for access to the right valve rocker arm cover:The crankcase vent hose.The oil level indicator tube bracket.The air cleaner intake duct. Refer to Powertrain Management.Remove the following components for access to the left valve rocker arm cover:The air conditioning compressor and lay aside. Refer to Heating and Air Conditioning.The EGR valve inlet pipe.The PCV and the hose.The power brake vacuum pipe and move aside.Remove the valve rocker arm cover bolts.Remove the valve rocker arm cover and the gasket.Clean all traces of old gasket from the valve rocker arm cover and the cylinder head.Inspect the valve rocker arm cover sealing surface for distortion. Replace the valve rocker arm cover if necessary.
you must remove the entire rocker arm assembly... inside each rocker is a little button lifter. that's the ones to be replaced... To set the entire rocker assembly back in place, you will need 4-5 hands to squeeze the springs and position the rockers over the valves
I got a call back from my local dealer and Intake manifold bolts are 115 in./lbs and rocker arm bolts are 14 ft/lbs then 30 degrees past that. Also good to point out that push rods are long on outside of gasket, short on inside of gasket closest to the head.
The push-rods go through from the rocker arm to the lifter. In this engine, they are on an angle, the lifter is not directly below the dimple in rocker arm. Place all push-rods on lifter, (after making sure the oil passage is clear) then install rocker arm assembly, be careful each pushrod is in the dimple, and carefully tighten rocker arm assembly, start in middle, go to ends, back to middle and work your way to ends, then go back again with a torque wrench and do all to spec.
Quite possibly a leaking rocker cover gasket. Could try just tightening top bolts slightly as a temporary fix. Or change gasket. When you put the top back on, make sure bolts are tightened evenly to correct torque, or gasket will leak again.
how do i take the rocker cover off to change the gasketon a 2001 2.7 hilux petrol
your rocker cover gasket goes around the sparkplug hole so it would be that leaking.
Since running boards were an option that replaces the rocker moulding I would say YES