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Oil Leak from Spindle

I noticed an oil leak and decided to have a look at it. The oil is leaking from the "spindle" that the oil filter screws onto. I have no idea how to fix it or if you even can. Could you tell me how to or what it takes?

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  • dlr9088 Jan 15, 2009

    Thank you so much! On my way to fix it!!

  • jcougfan1980 Jan 15, 2009

    My 1993 accord scraped and hit bottom on some compact snow and ice and since then has a pretty good oil leak. I saw that it was coming from the "housing" in between the oil filter and the block. Is the "housing" available at the dealer and, if so, how much?

  • jcougfan1980 Jan 18, 2009

    I have the same problem. I purchased the "O-Ring" from the dealer but I don't know how to make the repair. What tools are needed to remove the "Spindle", after removing the filter, so that the "O-Ring" can be replaced? Is it a difficult job? About how long does it take to do it? Thanks

  • John Musallam May 11, 2010

    Did you change the oil filter recently?

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The stud that the oil filter screws onto holds the filter housing to the engine and there is an O ring between the housing and engine that leaks and is common on honda's. Removing the oil filter and then the stud will release the housing and can replace O ring which cost about six dollars at dealer.

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  • smithgto Jan 16, 2009

    Your 1993 Honda housing is available at dealer don't know how much but have never had to replace one,usually it is the seal only so replace the seal first and you can always reuse it if housing needs replaced.

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