the only reason that this might need to be adjusted is if there was interior engine work done like a new cam or removed shims, if not, then the answer to your question is no.
The service manual for 1990 4A-FE Corolla recommends that the valve clearences be checked every 60,000 miles or 72 months. This is "Schedule B" for normal driving as opposed to "Schedule A" for more demanding use of the engine. The clearances are checked by removing the valve cover gasket and checking them with a feeler gage. The valves can be adjusted by using small circular shims.
It may be that in practice the valves hardly ever need adjusting. I think this is a remarkably durable engine.
You need to clearify, what U need to know.
All 1995 engine variants have hydraulic tappets, removing any need for (or even possibility of) valve clearance adjustment.
You can perform a valve adjustment, on your 3412 Caterpillar diesel engine, by rolling the engine to the number one position. Tighten the valve adjustment screw. You will need to do this for each piston position.
Sounds like you need to check the rocker clearance. Valve adjustment. Hopefully there is nothing broken. You will have to remove the cover to inspect. Do it asap.
On the ford foucs 2000 need to adjustment yes or no
"Valve clatter" is not caused by the timing belt. It's caused by excessive valve clearances. You need to take it back to whoever did the work and ask them to check it out. Maybe they made a mistake when they reassembled it. Maybe the belt tensioner is making the noise, or one of the pulley bearings, or something else in the timing belt drive. 4Runners have a bucket-and-shim valve adjustment. Adjustment is by changing shims beneath the overhead cams. 4Runners seldom require valve adjustment but it may just be that you need an adjustment. Listen carefully with a stethoscope to determine where the "clatter" is coming from. If it sounds like it's underneath your valve covers it may be excessive valve clearance and adjustment is indicated. If your engine uses oil and has low compression you might need a valve job.
Local shop told me that there's no need to do valve adjustment on 2003 Accord.
I need valve clearence renault clio 1.2 16v 2005. Can you help?
I need to adjust the the intake , exhaust valve. would you know how ?
The 1.2 has screw and locknut valve clearance adjustment. If you don't adjust them every 24,000 miles you will probably end up with burnt valves, loss of compression and the emissions warning light coming on to protect the catalytic converter. Engine wobbles on its mounts and fuel consumption goes up.
There would be 0 backlash on a hydraulic cam. If you asking about piston to valve clearance, you would want about .100" , but shouldn't need to worry about it if it's stock.
Valve lashes only need to be done when the valve piston clearance inside the engine is off. Factory service manuals will list the appropriate clearance levels for the 2003 Honda Accord.
In most cases, it does not need. But if you or previous owner did not take care of the engine, you might need to do that.
Look under the 2.9L on this repair page. It has exactly what you NEED! www.http://www.autozone.com/az/cds/en_us/0900823d/80/0f/83/87/0900823d800f8387/repairInfoPages.htm Even though this engine utilizes hydraulic lifters, an adjustment to the ROCKERS can be made!
Toyota Camry does not have adjustable valves. If valve clearance is not proper you need to replace the valve shims with appropriate sizes (usually different for each valve).
You need to do it by replacing the tappets between the cams and the valve cups. Theoretically it can be done without removing the camshafts if you position the can to point towards you and press the valve cup with a screwdriver while you grab the folding tappet with long nose pliers. You need a set of tappets to adjust the actual clearance or you may try to swap them get the right one for each valve. You also need a feeler blade to check the clearance and have to do all of this on a cold engine (few hours of cooling of were running previously).
Yes, but you need to find out why they are knocking. May just need a valve lash adjustment.
You have to set the piston at Top Dead Center (TDC). I beleive the lash adjustment (valve clearance) is .004 to .006 in. That means thousandths. Once you have set piston at TDC (valve springs will not be compressed but extended on the compression stroke at TDC). You can now set the lash adjustment by loosening the set nut and bolt. You need a feeler gauge to do this. Set lash on both valves then recheck.
I think the only way to can adjust valves on Toyota engines is to replace them.
use a piece of modeling clay,( you can get any wal-mart craft section). place on top of the intake valve relief . place the head on the motor with a few bolts and with a week spring and your valve in place, compress the valve and measure the clearance with a dial indicator and this should tell you thickness of the head gasket you need.
There is no valve adjustment on the 2.4 litre 4G64 engine as it has hydraulic lifters fitted, if they are noisy then there are oil additives to clean them or they may need replacing.
inlet is 0.10 to 0.15mm and exhaust is 0.25to0.30mm ...
Go to http://outdoorpowerinfo.com/engine_specs/briggs_valve_gaps.asp for a listing of Briggs valve clearances. You'll need your model number which will be on the engine shroud or rocker cover.
Valve clearances for the 84 Kadet 1.2 are Inlet 0.15 mm Exhaust 0.25mm Adjust with the engine hot.