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How do you adjust your valve train?

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2005-09-21 20:18:25
2005-09-21 20:18:25

Usually you have to remove the valve covers and tighten or loosen the nuts holding the rocker arms on. there are many different orders in which to do it so consult a Chiltons or some type of manual for your vehicle.

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