Try tapping gently on the carb bowls with the plastic end of a screwdriver. Alternately, go for a ride over a few bumpy roads and see if it doesn't fix itself.
My Legend leaked fuel a couple of times in the two years I owned it. All I had to do was make sure I turned off the tap whenever I parked for a week or two. Eventually whatever was blocking the float needle would get sucked in and pass through the system.
Had the same thing happen on my '99 Tbird Sport, but that one needed disassembled and cleaned to fix the problem.
Just my two cents on it, but I always go for the easy fix first. Sometimes you're pleasantly surprised.