The best place I've found for these specs are in the manual put out by MOTOR. Great set of manuals. You can find specification in a HAYNES manual as well. You can order a manual for this car at either website. You may even be able to get your local car care associates ie. O'reilly, Autozone, Advance, NAPA to order you a manual. Check your local library for the manual as well. I've used many a manual from the local library to fix a vehicle when in need of a specification. Check for vacuum leaks from vacuum hoses before making any adjustments. Without knowing what specifications you need I'm guessing. Are you are wanting to adjust the needle valve adjustments? Float Adjustment? Needle valve adjustments are Low speed and High speed adjustment. ONe is for Low speed and will affect how the car idles and the other will affect Higher speeds. I've always adjust the low speed side by turning it in till it is hand tight, don't wrench on it or you can destroy the seats. Turn it back out till it's about 2 1/2 turns out, start the car then adjust it till the engine idles without rocking back and forth. For the high speed adjustment I always tighten it hand tight then back it out about 2 1/2 turns and adjust until when I accelerate the engine it accelerates without hesitation from low side to high side. This will get you in a ball park setting. Check for vacuum leaks while you are in there and replace any hoses that are more than 3-5 years old. Most vacuum hoses can be had cheap and cause a lot of retuning for no reason if you have leaks. For the float valve, I've always removed the seat that the float is valve is using and cleaned the screen first. Then I adjust the float so that it will shut off before the top of the float is 1/8 inch from the top of the float bowl. It has worked for me in almost evey carb I've rebuilt. I hope this is helpful.
if you got a carb rebuild kit most of them have the tolerances in them. if not there are maunals on that motor on eBay for that year motor
intake 0.08-0.12 mm (0.003-0.006 in) exhaust 0.16-0.20 mm (0.006-0.008 in)
looking for valve adjustment for a 1998 600 Grizzly by Yamaha
The valve adjustment specs on a 1993 Accord are as follows Intake-0.0008 to 0.0018 inch Exhaust-0.0022 to 0.0031 inch these specs are for the 1993 Accord ONLY!! if you have a 1990-1992 these specifications change.
Hot adjustment on the 1.3 engine is .009-.011 clearance on the Intakes, and .010-.012 clearance on the Exhaust valves
Who is a valve calibration for mazda b2200 1988
What torque specs do you need? Also, what size is your motor and manual or auto tranny?
Intake is .13-.18mm Exhaust is .18-.23mm
9 degrees btdc and earth out test lead to do this adjustment
10w40 or 10w30 class J motor oil
Most likely your clutch is finished. Parts are worn beyond specs. Or, check the clutch cylinder for air or low fluid, if cable, check adjustment.
6 to 8 degrees before TDC.
The specs of the Cadillac Escalade will differ depending on the exact year and model you wish to purchase. You can find all of the specs for all years listed online at Motor Trend.
There are no torque specs for a 350 Chevy. Follow the valve adjustment instructions in any repair manual for any small block Chevy.
36 foot pounds
Head torque sequence for a 2002 3800
what is the torque head specs for a 3 cylinder diesel yanmar motor in a gator 6/4
If its a true 240v motor the no it won't. Some motors will but it would be listed in the specs or on the info plate of the motor. It will say 120/240.
what size motor 2.2L, 2.2L vtec, 2.7?
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