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The component in the cylinder head that holds a valve in place and prevents the valve stem from moving side to side is the A. valve guide. B. valve spring. C. valve cover. D. retainer clip.
The component in the cylinder head that holds a valve in place and prevents the valve stem from moving side to side is the valve guide.
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The component in the cylinder head that holds a valve in place and prevents the valve stem from moving side to side is the valve guide.
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