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just did head gaskets, arp studs, new bosch CP3, water, etc. All went back together smooth, started right up, checked all
fluids and getting ready to road test. I noticed a leak off the passenger side lower valve cover gasket dripping onto the exhaust manifold. It’s diesel fuel, it’s not running down the valley, it’s not the return or the hp lines. i’ve replaces the copper washers twice.... the leak is not visible anywhere. i cleaned every part coming off the truck so it’s spotless and easy to see. The fuel is seeping out under the lower valve cover gasket, no oil just fuel. I pulled the upper valve cover and ran the engine, i can not see a leak anywhere..... thoughts, suggestion?
 

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