Question about 1992 Honda Civic
Check or temporarily pull out the valve cover vent; or at a separate time, locate to see if your PCV valve is functioning correctly, you should have a check engine light on with this problem. Hopefully it's the PCV valve, it's cheap...
Check for leaks of oil and/or coolant all around the motor and on the ground. Remove your air intake tube that goes to the throttle body, should be clean or have a little bit of soot from a proper running car. If it's wet with coolant or oil then you're getting "blow-by" and exhaust is entering parts of the engine that it's not supposed to enter. Hopefully not the head gasket...
Posted on Sep 23, 2009
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