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How to install spark plug wires in a 93 accord - the 3rd from the left has popped out of the valve cover

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Just get a new set of wires from the parts store, pull one at a time and match it's length to a new one. Plug it in both ends, go right around the coil or dist, whatever you have there, and you should be all set. What caused it to pop out? Spark plug loose? Check it out.

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I have oil on tip of plug wire on only 1 of my spark plugs,all others have a little oil on spark plug itself.I just had the timing belt done ,water pump all sealas and head gasket,new wires do i need to...


You need a new Valve Cover Gasket. The rubber seals around the spark plug holes on the Valve Cover are leaking. A new Valve Cover Gasket will come with the round gaskets that seal the spark plug hole.

Jul 30, 2011 | 1995 Honda Accord

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1992 honda accord 2.2----- 4 cylinder engine-how do you change valve cover gasket?


To replace the valve cover gasket, you have to:
1) Remove spark plug wires
2) Remove spark plugs
3) Remove ground cable, and all pcv lines and hoses
4) remove 4,10mm nuts holding the valve cover on
5) remove valvecover, and replace old gasket

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Jun 16, 2011 | 1992 Honda Accord

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Oil in the sparkplug hole


O-ring seal for spark plug are leaking. Located under valve cover.
To replace them,
1.unplug spark plug wire from spark plug.
2.remove valve on top of engine, by loosing the 5(10mm) bolts and disconnecting air hose.
you might have to use a pry bar to pry valve cover off.
3. flip cover upside down and you'll see that there's one o-ring per spark plug hole. remove them and install new one. You might want to replace valve cover gasket too.

Dec 17, 2010 | 1996 Honda Accord

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My 93 honda accord quit when i hit a bump it still rolls over but wont start


I like to make sure the timing belt is not skipped or broken by watching the cam turn inside the valve cover. Then I lay a spare spark plug on valve cover connected to any plug wire to see if it sparks. Fuel can be confirmed by smelling the exhaust, or by using starting fluid (carefully) . These cars are famous for a relay solder break problem. The relay is heat expansion damaged, its mounted high up in the dash drivers side corner it is about 3" square gray.

Aug 10, 2010 | 1993 Honda Accord

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Okay the car has new gasket and new wires and the spark plugs wires pops out of the valve cover why is that


If you bought after-market spark plug wires, that is not from a dealer, than sometimes the spark plug boot may be a tad short or loose on the spark plug and will slip or pop off. Take them back to the supplier in exchange for a better brand.

Mar 23, 2010 | 1992 Honda Accord

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My sons 93 honda accord went dead while he was driving home


If the timing belt went, the engine will crank real fast, because it is not turning the top end of the engine. That means you valve assembly will not move. If plug tubes are filled with oil then you need to replace the seals. Remove the valve cover, replace four round seals on the inside of the cover. 93 accords are famous for the ignighter going bad. Pull a spark plug, stick a screw driver in it, and hold it close to something metal and crank the engine. You should see a spark. If no spark, replace the ignighter inside the distributer cap on top.

Aug 31, 2009 | 1993 Honda Accord

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My 1996 honda accord hestites when I give it gas at the lights, I removed the spark plug wire and noticed oil on the end of my wires, as well as a crack, would this be the reason for the rough drive?


The oil at the spark plug end of your wire is caused by O ring gasket seals that can be bought in a kit for about 20 bucks-valve cover gasket replacement kit. When you remove the valve cover, you will see one for each spark plug hole. They may be melted to the valve cover and need picked off with small screwdriver. After this remove spark plugs to get rid of residual oil. This may be shorting the spark to the engine instead of letting it go through the plug since electricity always looks for the path of least resistance(conductor).

May 11, 2009 | 1996 Honda Accord

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Oil on spark plug


no, not a blown headgasket, remove the valve cover and inspect the spark plug hole seals(tube seals in the valve cover) replace if brittle and old. also change the valve cover gasket since u have it off...adjust the valves as well

Apr 05, 2009 | 1997 Honda Accord

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Oil leaking out of valve cover gasket


It is a Valve Cover Gasket. You can get a new one at any Auto Parts Store. To make this repair last longer, Do not get the Cheap one, Get a Felpro Gasket and it will Quadrupel the Gasket Life. Please Rate My Response! Thanks!

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