Question about 1998 Honda CR-V
You have a leaking seal. Possible valve cover, cam, crank, balancer seal. If its coming from within the timing cover, you will need a timing belt and cam,balancer, crank seal replacement. It's also recommended to replace the waterpump while performing this repair(if it hasnt been done recently).
Posted on Jul 26, 2009
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