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Loosen the locknut for the push rod adjustment. If there is not enough clearance for feeler. Valve clearance lash is measured between the. All clearance. Valve Clearance Check. However, it is the. Put a feeler gauge of the correct dimension. Turn the adjustment screw clockwise. If the measurement is not within this range, or if. Valve Clearance Adjustment. Due to normal changes break-in effects of new or. After each adjustment, tighten the nut for the. Use the procedure that follows for adjustment of. Put No. With No. NOTE: Before any actual adjustments are made, tap hit. Custom Search. If there is not enough clearance for feeler gauge between rocker arm and bridge contact Valve clearance lash is measured between the surface, turn the adjustment screw rocker arm and the bridge for the valves. However, it is the 4. Put a feeler gauge of the correct dimension recommendation of Caterpillar that the valve clearance between the rocker arm and bridge contact setting is to be made at the initial first service surface. Exhaust 0. If the measurement is not within this range, or if the service meter indication is at the specified interval, adjustment is necessary. Use the procedure that follows for adjustment of the valves: 1.
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