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How to check the oil on 1995 honda odyssey , can't tell if its low but i suspect an oil leak

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Check dipstick

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My 95 Honda odyssey All of a sudden leaked out all


You go to a dealers parts dept

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Three things you can do. Check for corect air pressure in tires. INspect for a leaking shock. Inspect for a bad coil spring

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that motor known as a leak motor f22,check this front cam seal,cranks seal,balancer seal,rear main seal and distributor seal those are the main common problem

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