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My 1994 Hinda Civic CX appears to be leaking oil from the distributor housing...what do youu suggest in troubleshooting my problem?

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If it is coming from inside the distributor it is an oring inside the distributor. If it is coming from around the outside it is a shaft seal. Remove the distributor either way, The internal oring can only be fixed by replacing the distributor, the external one can be replace by requesting it at the local parts house.

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