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TRUNK LEAK IN 1993 HONDA ACCORD

LEAKS ON LEFT SIDE OF TRUNK

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SOURCE: 93 honda accord leaking oil from distributor

remove your distributor and most cars have an o ring which seals the distributor when it is in its mounted position if the o ring is broken or has gone hard it will leak as it is made of rubber you can buy a new one for about 3 pounds maximum but makr sure you put a mark on the distributor and the engine before you remove it because it is timed and if you dont put it back in the same place you will incuer running problens with the car or it will not start when you put it back together

Posted on Apr 05, 2009

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My 1990 Honda Accord does this too.
When I wash it or when it rains. If I open the trunk/deck lid water flows out of the right rear tail light housing into the trunk.

Solution: get some rubber gasket sealant and apply under the lower gasket around the rear window on each side at the corners. Allow for drying time. Close the trunk and try some water if this doesn't work you will likely have to replace the rear window seal.

Best of luck.

Posted on Apr 19, 2009

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SOURCE: Leaking oil from distributor (small amount of oil)

Is it leaking arond it? Replace oring seal. Is it leaking from where the cap seals the the distributor? Replace the distributor.

Posted on May 07, 2009

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SOURCE: where is the freeze plug on my 91 honda accord

The only plug that I am aware of is at the bottom of your rad.

Posted on Jun 19, 2009

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SOURCE: my 91 honda accord is leaking antifreeze

probably your lower rad hose. shine a flashlight around underneath and see if you see it reflecting off of a liquid trail, that will tell you where the leak is coming from. you can also get leak tracer to add to your coolant that will leave a more visible sign.

Posted on Sep 10, 2009

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My 1990 Honda Accord does this too.
When I wash it or when it rains. If I open the trunk/deck lid water flows out of the right rear tail light housing into the trunk.

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Best of luck.

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