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1990 honda accord lx oil leakage problem

1990 Honda Accord LX ..

Oil leak problem..

Every time i start the car and/or turn it off it looks like it spits out oil from the engine. When the car is not in use this stops.

The leakage appears coming from the driver side under the belts. When the hood is raised you can also see the hood dampened with oil.

My question is:

To replace something from there, Is it possible by removing the tire and bracket? or must the engine be completely lifted out?

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  • wired_ants May 20, 2009

    I'm the guy who made the question... thank you ourhouse...

    But it is leaking on the driver side where the serpentine belt is at .. well under it..

    Looking at it from the side of the pulleys the leak will be found on the bottom right of the engine...i'm not sure what that part is called been trying to find a diagram but can't....

    But hearing that it is not necessary to pull the engine is great news.. so most likely it is something i can do if done carefully.


  • wired_ants Jan 27, 2010

    Ok people..

    It had several oil leak problems.
    Oil pan. The sealer behind the balancer. And pulley cover had a huge gash on it. It was leaking from the crank and being spit out through that gash that is not visible while the engine is in, hitch a ride on the belts and soaked my hood. Took out my engine and just got new gaskets and sealers. Car doesn't leak a drop.

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I just had my cam shaft seal replaced and then they put a bracket to hold it in place, I have a 99 Honda Accord LX, they didn't start putting the brackets on until around 2000. My cam seal just popped out that's the purpose for the bracket.

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No, you don't have to pull the engine. Many of those problems are fixed by removing the wheel, and the plastic inner fender. It's probably a crank seal, or a power steering hose. PS- You mean the passenger side... don't you?

Posted on May 20, 2009

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