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Honda accord lxi 89

I have a Honda accord lxi it started leaking oil looks that it coming from where the timing belt is could it be from the crankshaft seal, or the the camshaft seal what are the possibilities that it could be from the to seals mentioned above.i check the valve cover gasket changed with new on can some one help please ...thank you

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Yes it is most likely the crankshaft seal or the camshaft seal the only way to make sure is to pull timing cover using 10 mmm sockets and youll have to remove belts and pulleys using 12mm and 14mm sockets and wrenches and pulley puller also it is not easy but you need to be sure and to replace the seals youll need to remove those anyways. Purchase a repair manual to assist you in this job at local parts store haynes or chiltons will do about $20.00 or so.

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