Question about 1990 Honda Civic
That's a lot of oil
assuming nothing is leaking and you truly are burning it then you have two typical suspects...
2.) valve guides
compression test and cylinder leak down test will confirm which is bad
either case you are looking at a "rebuild" which is almost impossible to find anyone that will "rebuild" an engine @ 1,000+
installing a "rebuilt or remanufactured" engine @ $2,000+
you might be able to find someone that will just replace the worn out parts for less than $500
However, how long will it be before the next part fails
beleive it or not, if you search hard, you can find imported "USED" engines with less than 30,000 miles for under $1,000... however, you have to install them yourself or pay someone $750+ to install
Posted on Sep 08, 2010
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