How to Adjust the Valves on a Chevy 350?

Answer While it is fairly uncommon to need to adjust valve lash on production Chevy 350 CID small block engines, there are times -- such as after a repair -- that this adjustment is required. Valve lash i... Read More »

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How Do I Adjust the Valves on a 1975 Chevy 350?

The valves on a 1975 Chevy 350 are pedestal-mounted, which means that each individual rocker arm sits on its own stud. Adjusting the valves requires that each valve be adjusted to have the lifter s... Read More »

How to Adjust Big Block Chevy Valves?

Improperly adjusted valves are one of the most commonly overlooked causes of many engine problems, including misfires, a lack of power or high-speed performance, and backfires. Thankfully, adjustin... Read More »

How to Adjust the Valves on a Chevy 6 Cylinder 250?

The Chevrolet 250 cubic-inch straight-six engine was used in Chevrolet, Pontiac, Buick, and Oldsmobile passenger cars from 1966 to 1979, and in light trucks until 1984. The 250 engine uses hydrauli... Read More »

How to Adjust Small Block Chevy Valves?

Valves, in conjunction with the camshaft, determine how much of the air/fuel mixture produced by the fuel delivery system enters an engine's cylinders. Valves also provide a pathway by which the ga... Read More »