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Replaced the tappet cover gasket 6 months back now is leaking again and there is oil around the screws that hold the cover down, i do not know why

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Possibly was not tight enough r maybe gasket was not just seated in right place

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- Hold the tappet cover strongly with the top surface down, and put the area of the hole where the bolt fits, on the 19 mm flat head of the rod.
- You will find the mounts made by the bolts facing upward.
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- You can re use the old tappet cover seal as long as it is not teethed. If so replace it with a new one.
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