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Old 11-12-2007, 04:21 PM   #1
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I am getting conflicting info from several sources. Did the 95 5.7L still need the rocker arm adjustments? I have been told that the 96 was the first year it was no longer needed by one person, but others tell me they did need adjusted for the 95'*.

The haynes says up to 95 need adjusted, but that is haynes.
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Is it a TBI 350? If so, then yes, they will most likely need to be adjusted. I believe the adjustment stopped in '96 when CSFI injection came out.
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yes it is tbi
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I would guess yes. My parents have a 95 with the 350. 96 was the first year for the "Vortec" engine along with OBDII equipment.
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thanks for the clarification.
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