Question about 1996 Dodge Neon
How to remove lifters
Rockers and lifters will come together. 2.0, noisy, use lightweight synthetic oil and you may flush them. Noisy engine!
Posted on Sep 02, 2016
Ok here is the deal, the lifters are poorly designed and prone to noise or "tick", the way to silence this is not just new lifters but new rocker arm assemblies which include new lifters. Use the best parts not the cheapest ones, factory new one are improved from previous designs. If you still want to just replace the lifters you must take the rockers to a machine shop and have the lifters pressed out and replaced by them. Another suggestion is if you live in a warm climate use 10W-30W synthetic oil.
Posted on Aug 31, 2016
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Fig. Fig. 6: Remove the spark plug wire separators from the valve cover
Fig. Fig. 7: Compress the engine air cleaner-to-valve cover hose clamp with pliers, and slide the clamp back ...
Fig. Fig. 8: ... then disconnect the hose from the valve cover
Fig. Fig. 9: Unfasten the valve cover retainers and remove the valve cover-2.0L SOHC engine
If removing more than one valve lifter (tappet), mark the lifters and their locations as they must be installed in their original bores.
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