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Honda civic 2000 1.6 cooling leak on engine close to distributor cap

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1-3-4-2 the cap should have one marked on it. in any event one will be the 1st plug on the cap.

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SOURCE: 1990 HONDA ACCORD DISTRIBUTOR LEAKING OIL INTERNALLY

Lease check and make sure that you replace with the right seal, that alone should have taken care of this problem. However if the valve cover gasket is loose or bad it will cause oil to leak around distributor are but NOT into distributor. This seal can be easily replaced by loosing 4 10mm bolts on top of valve cover. Contact if you need more help Good luck and thanks for using FIX YA

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SOURCE: my 97 honda civic dx check engine light keeps coming on

Had this issue did you replace the exhaust

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SOURCE: removing honda civic distributor

The distributor is driven directly by the camshaft. The end of the camshaft contains a set of grooves that engage the distributor shaft. These grooves prevent the distributor from being incorrectly installed.

REMOVAL & INSTALLATION

  1. Using masking tape, remove the spark plug wires from the cap and number them for installation as they are removed.
From 1988-onwards, all Honda Civic series models were fuel injected.
  1. Disconnect the vacuum hoses, the primary wire and the high tension wire. If equipped with fuel injection, remove the four prong connector from the crank angle sensor.
  2. Remove the hold-down bolt(s) and pull the distributor from the head.


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Fig.: Distributor mounting -1992-95 vehicles

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Fig.: Pulling the distributor from where it mates to the camshaft at the right side of the valve cover

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Posted on Oct 21, 2009

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SOURCE: need to replace distributor on 99 honda civic lx

How do you install a distributor on a 1999 Honda Civic?

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I suspect either the distributor or timing belt went south.
Can you remove the distributor cap and see if the rotor is turning while you crank the engine over?
if the rotor doesnt turn... , its the timing belt.

check for spark , but chances are , its the distributor... I've seen many honda distributors go bad .

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I have a 1991 Honda civic hatchback and it leaks oil between the distributor and the engine it seems like . I tried putting new head gasquet . But nothing works.


There is a rubber O-ring on the shaft of the distributor housing and it is very common for them to get hard, deteriorate, and leak. You'll need to buy the O-ring from Honda as it is not a standard size, then remove the distributor cap, note the position that the rotor is pointing, scribe a mark across the base plate of the distributor where it mates to the head so you can replace it, then remove the 3 bolts that hold the distributor in, pull it out and replace the O-ring.

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I need to replace the distributor in my 92 Honda Civic


Its easy just take of the distributor cap off without removing the cables. The cap should come off easily with three little screws. Once u have done that place it aside and the distributor has three main bolts they are size 14mm. Once u have done that the distributor should slide out of the engine, just make sure u look at how the angle of the distributor is assembled in the camshaft before putting in the new distributor.

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