I downloaded a service manual and it looks as though I have to remove the valve cover and then maybe the middle section too? - and then there is a lock-nut that I would loosen (of course to begin with I would have set it @ TDC) and then I do my adjusting with my gauge (thin piece of metal I think), then tighten the lock nut and move on to the next cylinder?
Do I have this about right?
Not completely, but just the basics of the job, I know that I have to undo and unhook a crap load of things, and I know I should get a new valve cover gasket and I know that I have lots of tools and I have been working on cars wrenching for over 20 years, just never adjusted the valves on my CR-V - and its CLEARLY time - lol
Anyone do this in their own garage before?