Nothing is worst than a leaking toilet flush, as it can give a homeowner torrid time to solve the issue. To overcome the problem find the root cause first, in this context a Plumbing leak or tension on the flush chain. Most of the times low quality flush valve are also the reason your toilet flush might be leaking. If the DIY thing doesn't help call a plumbing company near you and repair or replace the leaking toilet flush ASAP.
You don't fix it, you replace it.
With a new valve gasket
You have to disconnected the hose connecting the valve and the injector. After you need to pull out the PCV valve. You might have to help yourself with a screwdriver. If you are planning to keep the pcv valve grommet you have to be careful. If you are going to replace the grommet just be careful, prevent any staff falling down in the engine. Decrease the grommet. You might want to connect the valve to the hose before installation. Put the new valve in the grommet. If it's loose you need to replace the grommet or use high temperature silicon to fix the problem. If you had the check engine light on it's recommended to reset the computer.
either tighten the valve cover bolts, or replace the gaskets.
Wouldn't that depend on the type of toilet valve and where the leak is coming from that would dictate the type of repair?
It is located on the valve cover. It is usually white, or used to be white, and it has vaccum hoses connected to it. It pulls right out of the valve cover. Easiest fix on the truck.
often the schreader valve inside the valve stem is loose, a special insert wrench is needed to tighten.
Valve cover gaskets?
Aortic valve surgery is performed on someone's heart ,to fix the valve, so it will close properly. If the valve does not close all the way blood will leak back into the heart.
look along the valve covers on the heads, there should be a small pipe that when pulled seems to go no where, that should be the PVC, it is a simple fix
broken line under house,shut off valve behind toilet is turned off, blockage at the shut off valve,
Spark plugs do not leak oil. What you have is a valve cover gasket leak. This allows oil to run down on the plugs. Try slightly tightening the valve cover bolts. It that does no help, replace the gasket.Spark plugs do not leak oil. What you have is a valve cover gasket leak. This allows oil to run down on the plugs. Try slightly tightening the valve cover bolts. It that does no help, replace the gasket.