you need to go to a local parts store or library and look at a chilton manual to see what the gap should be. you will need to use a feeler gauge witch you can get at a local parts house.. ldw fireold23@Yahoo.com
That would be zero valve lash. You only use a feeler gauge on solid lifters.
It has nothing to do with the lifters getting use to your driving style. Lifters rarely loosen up. Lifters wear over time, thus causing the gap to widen, creating lifter clatter. On solid lifters, that is why they must be adjusted periodically. On hydraulic lifters, this is not necessary, as they automatically adjust for the gap due to wear, if they were installed and adjusted correctly in the first place.
For a 1969 Lincoln, the point gap is set at .017, and the spark gap should be set at .035.
set gap at .028
I set the gap to .028
the gap should be set at .044
set you gap at .031
The lifters are in the cylinder heads.The lifters are in the cylinder heads.
THE GAP SHOULD BE SET AT .054".
Should be set at 0.015" to 0.016" gap
There is no valve adj on a 4.0l it has hydraulic valve lifters.
this car has self set hydrolic lifters.
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Set the gap at .035 in. for a 115 Mercury.
The plug gap should be set at .045
you need to set your gap to .054
Gap the spark plugs to .035. Set the points to .018.
You have to put proper gap for lifters and use marks to make sure that timing and the positions of camshafts are correct.
they have no lifters
solid lifters at a 012-inch clearance
the lifters are on the overhead of the engine the lifters are on the overhead of the engine the lifters are on the overhead of the engine
DO NOT gap the plugs. They are factory set at .054. If you DO gap them, you will ruin the platinum coating and they will be NO GOOD!
It has hydraulic lifters that are known to get noisy. Mazda sells a shim set that can be installed under each lifter to reduce clearance so that the lifters don't require as much pump-up travel. The lifters are located in the ends of the rocker arms, replacing or shimming them requires the removal of part of the intake plenum. You can also buy new lifters in the aftermarket for about $20. each, but there is 12 so it's not exactly cheap.
A 2005 Honda Element should have a spark plug gap that is set at .044 inches. Almost all Honda engines are set with the same spark plug gap.