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Is this an external leak and has anything been inspected at all for this issue here?
Let me know so we can continue,thanks Pete.
the only fuel up top is the crossover tubes and o-rings that go between the cylinder heads
look between the rocker boxes for fuel leak
its a common leak that comes out of nowhere
Let me know if you need more help
No not to bad to do them
Try getting out bolts first before removing anything, I don't recall which one you can do without pulling anything apart, worse case is only one rocker box needs to be removed
just use a good screwdriver to break bolts loose (if yours are slotted bolts) then use a magnetic one to remove bolts, then use a long pick to change o-rings, and crossover tube
use grease on new o-rings and assemble.
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