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Does replacing oil seal require removing oil pan on 2004 Honda civic ex 1.7L VTEC automatic?

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Best get a workshop manual as that book shows the procedure to replace seals Computer Mouse Slow Mouse Reaction AmanStino

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Not normally as it is in the timing cover case or behind the bottom sprocket or drive pullet for the timing belt
if it is a rear main seal it will require the transmission removal as well as the flywheel /torque converter
you were not specific as to which oil seal required replacing.
best get a workshop manual as that book shows the procedure to replace seals

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Oil leak by the timming cover gasket


we need engine displace ment or exact honda type. ID
to answer fully.,
my guess, is the engine leaks oil and you have tried fix it
odd, you did the hard ones first. why not the valve cover
did you know there are 2 ways to find leaks.
1: clean it , all off, then run it and look. see live leak.
best is to do that with out driving as the wind blows it about.
find it , now you know what leaking.
2: use the UV dye kit.
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first tell engine, ! DOHC is quite different.

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Hi, I'm trying to change the transmission fluid but I can't find the drain plug. It's a 1997 Honda Civic EX automatic transmission. Thanks.


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