look at the head with the valve cover off find where the exhaust manifold goes in tha is the exhaust valve or looking at the valves the first one is exhaust then intake then intake ,exhaust,exhaust,intake,intake,exhaust if you have the head off i think the intake valves are bigger than the exhaust
if you mean valve clearance its .26mm intake side and .30mm exhaust side
intake 0.05mm-0.09mm (0.002"-0.004") exhaust 0.11mm-0.15mm (0.004"-0.006")
do you mean the EGR valve? it's at the base of the intake manifold
Real simple exhaust camshafts are the camshafts nearest the exhaust manifolds ( outside if cylinder heads) intake camshafts are on the inside closer to center of engine.
top of intake behind fuel rail
EGR valve is allways connected to the exhaust pipe. It goes to the intake. It allows exhaust to flow into intake to reduce N.O. It has a vaccuum hose connected to it. The hose may be connected to a solenoid. On 94 and up check for ohms, if open replace. If this solenoid is bad you will fail smog every time. EGR valve is bolted to the manifold on passenger side, just underneath the carburetor. There are three hex head screws, requires 10mm socket.
It is on the back left side of the intake, just above the valve cover.
A 1989-1993 Cummins has 160 HP stock, The 94 and 95 automatic also had 160 HP, The manual in 94 and 95 had 175 HP, a 95 High output was 180 HP. In 96-98 the auto was 175 HP and the manual was 215 HP. 1998 was the last year of the 12 Valve Cummins. An intake and a 4" exaust should add 20-30 HP and a 2-3 MPG increase on your truck.
its located on the intake manifold close to where it connects to head There's another PCV located under that.
The pcv valve on my 94 1.0L is located on the intake manifold, top, center, close to the block. for later models however it is in a hose between the valve cover and the intake manifold; in an 11 o'clock direction from the oil filler cap and in front of the air filter housing
This unit is mounted above the muffler on the passenger side of car. It has to be removed to replace the exhaust valve. I would clear the history codes and see if they come back. Thank you
The EGR is located on the back of the intake manifold, check out www.shbox.com they'll have most of your answers.
Under hood, center, upper engine area, front of carburetor, mounted in intake manifold
it is located on transmission right hand side just above trans pan and covered by heat shield for exhaust.
Looking at the motor from the passenger side, it's directly under the upper part of the intake closest to the fire wall. It's a pain to replace with out taking apart your intake.
The 1993 Fleetwoods did not come with a LT1 engine. The engine is a L05, 350ci with 185 horsepower with throttle body fuel injection. The LT1 350ci with 260 horsepower was used in the 94, 95, and 96 Fleetwoods.
if it is a 2.0 it will be bolted to the back of the intake manifold on the tb side. concidering the guy who actually posted this answer above this typing knows nothing but where its at he is right look behind your thermostat housing on the intake manifold you will see the egr valve if your not a California model u wont have one though
In the exhaust manifold behind the engine.In the exhaust manifold behind the engine.
To set timing on a 94 or 95 Yamaha Timber Wolf, pull the gas tank and the spark plug. Remove the two covers on top and at the side of the head. With a 17 mm, roll the motor over until a T mark is seen on the rotor inside the sight on the side cover. There is a free play in both the intake and exhaust valve rockers.
It sounds like a bad valve could be the problem. If it misfires out the exhaust,exhaust valve,If it misfires out the intake ,intake valve. When it warms up the metal expands and closes up the opening some in the bad spot and it will run better. You can try disconnecting the plug wires one at a time while running (Use an insulated tool or you will get shocked) to try and isolate the cylender that is bad. It will be the one that the engine sound does not change when you disconnect the wire. Then take out the plug and then do a compression check on that cylinder ,should read about 110-125 PSI. if its much less its a burnt valve. Or take it to a garage and have them put it on a machine that will tell you which cylender is giving you trouble.
The factory transmission that belongs in that 94 model did not use are have a modulator valve. But to answer your question the line goes to any intake vacuum source. That year truck should have the 4L60E transmission in it.
between the exhaust manifold and the catalittic converter on the exhaust pipe.
I was informed by carl a tech at honaccurate, a reputable shop in boulder,CO that 94 acura integra does not have an EGR valve.
how do you know when valve lifters for 94 mercury villager 3.0 engine r bad
Trick question. there isn't a 94 olds aurora.