Question about 1992 Honda Accord
I suggest cleaning the engine to help you isolate the leak location. Keep in mind that oil tends to flow down and back, so follow the trail up and forward to find the likely location of the leak.
The oil pans on my three 90-93 Accords have been notorious leakers, relatively easy to replace.
Another notorious leaker is the oil pressure switch which is mounted on the back of the block above the oil filter.
If it is primarily on the passenger side, it might be the 'rear' seal on the engine behind the flywheel. To replace this seal, the transmission and flywheel have to be removed. The seal can be purchased already installed in a plate which bolts to the right (passenger side) of the block. A Haynes manual has sufficient instructions for performing this work.
Posted on Jan 26, 2009
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