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Old 05-04-2003, 05:16 PM   #1
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Default Del Sol Valve adjustment

I need to adjust the valves on a 1995 Del Sol Si. However, I do not have a helms. What clearance are the intake and exhaust valves supposed to be set to?? Also, what is the order of the pistons at TDC as you turn the crank pulley? Thanks in advance.


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order should be 1 3 4 2.
i dont remember the valve lash specs and i dont have my manual with me here rite now. good luck
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uhm... .07 on intake, .09 on exhaust... i'm doing that off memory but i'm almost positive thats what the manual recommends
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