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the rockers just bolt down ..these have hydraulic lifters..they do not adjust...make sure you have the the push rods right
The manufacturer indicates that this vehicle has hydraulic lifters or adjusters and therefore does not require adjustment.
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File In Section: 06 - Engine/propulsion System
Bulletin No.: 02-06-01-034
Date: October, 2002
SERVICE MANUAL UPDATE
This bulletin is being issued to revise the rocker arm bolt fastener tightening specification found in several procedures in the Engine Mechanical - 3.1L sub-section and the Engine Mechanical - 3.4L sub-section of the Service Manual. Please replace the current information in the Service Manual with the following information.
The following information has been updated within SI. If you are using a paper version of this Service Manual, please make a reference to this bulletin on the affected page.
The correct torque for the rocker arm bolt is 14 N.m (124 lb in) plus 30 degrees. This specification can be found in Fastener Tightening Specifications, Valve Rocker Arm and Push Rod Replacement and Lower Intake Manifold Replacement (for 1996 Chevrolet Beretta/Corsica, 1996-1997 Buick Skylark, Pontiac Grand Am, Oldsmobile Achieva and 1997 Chevrolet Malibu ONLY).
VALVE ROCKER ARM AND PUSH ROD REPLACEMENT Removal Procedure