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Honda civic 1996 it always leak the crankcase gasket what should i do.

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Are you certain it's leaking at the gasket? have you cleaned your engine and tracked the leak?

Have you replaced your PVC? Look on the emissions label under the hood to locate it. Maybe you have too much pressure in the crankcase. Next, look at where it's leaking and see if there is any damage, missing bolts.. torque the bolts down. Finally, a new gasket kit is about $40-50.

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