Ok... the engine is a 3.8 in a '95 Mustang (notorious for head gasket problems), but I feel more confident consulting the brethren of CK5 than I do the peeps on the Mustang forums for engine advice... and they are basic questions anyway. The engine uses aluminum heads with torque to yeild head bolts. Answer any or all if you can, thanks. 1. What do I use to clean the block where the head gasket goes? Can it be wiped down with gas to remove the oil/anti freeze from it after scraping it clean? 2. The rocker arms and fulcrums and the push rods have an oil build-up type of film on them. Should they be cleaned? And how do I clean them? 3. The head bolts are supposed to have a thin coat of oil applied to them. Do I coat only the threads, or do I coat the head of the bolt (where it contacts the cylinder head) also? 4. I am supposed to use engine assembly lube on the tips of the rockers and ends of the push rods. Will engine oil work instead? Should I coat the fulcrums with oil or put them in dry? The rockers are tightened to a specific torque value, not the backlash method, if it matters... 5. The injector seals in the heads look kind of like a hat. The new Fel Pro gasket set has only one bag that has 6 items, but they are just o-rings. Are these the new injector seals? Do they need lubed? .