Mine was leaking on the back corner
A 2-3 hour job, just mark everything when you take it off, keep the nuts
and bolts you take off in the same holes, and watch how the throttle
cable brackets come apart.
Would help if you have a grinder with a wire wheel to clean up threads
and the manifold surfaces, but a wire brush and some mechanics sanding
strips will work just as good...Put a drop or two of oil on the cleaned
bolt threads ....get all the old gasket off the contact surfaces and
sand them clean, washing off any oil with carb spray..(I like Berryman's
B-12 Chemtool) Put a good bead of sillycone on the front and back
engine contact surface, and I'd even put a bead around the water inlets
holes on both sides of the manifold gaskets....Use care on the gas line
nuts and threads, (no stripping allowed)
Lastly crawl up on top of the engine for the best possible aim when you
drop the manifold back on.
Nice if you have a couple of line-up punches, but two Philips screw
drivers will work to help guide you to the perfect "drop zone"
the book should tell you a pattern to put the bolts back on and the
torque..but if you don't have a torque wrench , just get em all goog n
did I miss anything?