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22re valve adjustment?

i need to adjust my valves, i was wondering if anyone had the gaps and the order you adjust them in.
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Haynes manual has all that stuff... I don't remember it off the top of my head but the manual gives a good layout of it as well.

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i need to adjust my valves, i was wondering if anyone had the gaps and the order you adjust them in.
flame away.
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You can still do the adjustment cold, instead of running temp.

Just adjust them to .007 and .011 cold instead of .008 & .012 hot.
Only thing is, after adjusting them cold, and running it it around for a day or two, its a good idea to pop the valve cover off and recheck the adjustment.

While you have the valve cover off is a good time to inspect the tops of the timing chain guides, and timing chain.
Its been a wile since i Adjusted valves but I wanna say you adjust them in the firing order? 1-3-4-2

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Valve Adjustment

I know I'm going to catch all sorts of nasty comments for this post, but unless you're having problems or hearing a lot of noise I'd be inclined to leave them alone.

I'm on my 4th Toyota, plus 2 Hondas in between, and all the times I've done the valve adjustment I find myself going through a lot of work only to find that they're still well within spec and don't need to be adjusted. 20R, 20RC, 22RC, 3ZR, etc, etc, they are all excellent products.

Has anyone's experience been that they have found the valves to be out (assuming normal maintenance, oil changes, etc) ?

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Why not just go to ncttora.com and download the FSM. That way you will have it whenever something like this comes up.
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because thats for a tacoma...

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because thats for a tacoma...
there is more there than just tacomas.... ask me how i know

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