How do you adjust the valves on a 1995 Blazer?
Haynes shows 1994 VIN Z adjustment like I've always known to adjust valves (zero lash then an additional 3/4 turn), but it also goes on to say:
On most models covered by this book there are no provisions for valve adjustment. The rocker arm studs have a positive stop shoulder for the rocker arm nuts. After valve service, tighten the rocker arm nuts to the torque listed...in specifications
I have 1995 VIN W. So how do I know which procedure the valves get adjusted? May be lack of sleep, but the book has me confused as to the correct procedure. Also, I don't think I have moly-base grease for lube. Is there a suitable replacement grease? Lithium spray grease work OK?
ETA- when I look in specs, it says: Rocker arm nuts (bolts on 2000 and later) 20 Ft-lbs
Oh, and I had another question. I got the heads back from the shop today. When they did the valve job, they disassembled the rockers from the heads and threw them into a box. I had labeled the push rods to reinstall them in their original positions. So what do I do now that the shop just threw the rocker arms into the box? Is it going to mess anything up with the rocker arms being in different positions than they were before??