If the oil leak from under the cylinder head cover could not be eliminated by tightening the cap fastening nuts, replace its gasket
You will need: a key (regular and socket or head) "10", pliers, a screwdriver.
Remove the decorative casing of the engine (see the article - "Removing and installing the decorative casing")
Loosen the clamps securing the left side of the air inlet pipe to the mass air flow sensor and to the intermediate bracket and remove this part of the pipe.
Remove the bolt securing the intermediate bracket.
Loosen the hose clamp of the small branch of the crankcase ventilation system and remove the hose from the nozzle of the throttle assembly.
Loosen the clamp securing the right side of the air inlet pipe to the throttle assembly, disconnect the pipe from the throttle assembly and move it to the side along with the crankcase ventilation hoses and the intermediate bracket.
Loosen the brake booster hose clamp and remove it from the intake pipe.
Remove the hose holders from the bracket holes and move the hoses to the side.
Remove the two nuts securing the front bracket of the decorative cover
Remove the bracket.
Please note: spring washers are installed under the nuts - do not lose them.
Remove the wire harness holder together with the harness from the stud.
Unscrew the nut securing the rear left bracket of the decorative cover and remove the bracket.
Don't lose the rubber pad that is attached to the bracket stud.
Remove the remaining nuts securing the cylinder head cover
Remove the spring washers, hose retainer bracket and reinforcement plates from the studs
Remove the cylinder head cover and its gasket
Install the new gasket and all removed parts in the reverse order of removal.
The lid must be screwed in the sequence shown in Figure 16