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My 2002 Ex Japan Honda Stream is having oil leak via the seal. What should I do?

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SOURCE: oil pump leaking

its an oil pressure sender a common prob. and easy fix

Posted on Nov 16, 2008

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SOURCE: right oil for my car

pfboyd is right. The old school thinking was that the thicker the oil, the better it is for the bearings. But, the car makers are doing a much better job of building motors to spec, and the oil quality has made considerable strides as well. I would not hesitate to use the recomended oil viscosity from the manufacturer.

Posted on Dec 27, 2008

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SOURCE: I have a 1991 Honda Accord that is leaking oil under the crank

timing cover seals the are tre seal

Posted on Mar 23, 2009

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SOURCE: Motor Oil leaks from 1999 Honda Civic EX

make sure they are tight
could be time for head gaskets
make sure the old gasket from the old filter came off the block sometimes they come off old filter and stick this causes a leak due to improper seal.

Posted on Apr 10, 2009

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SOURCE: Honda Stream

let me know what section od the troubleshooting manual you need and i can send it to you

Posted on Oct 09, 2011

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Where is the crank position sensor on a honda civic 1600 03


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why>? the ECU reports it bad, why wonder??????
the engine parts are all displayed at honda.
why not look there.
here. 9 sub models of civic, more actualy, sedan, coupe etc..
and ex, to gx. bla bal

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wonderment. 101
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as you can see we;'d NEVER guess the engine. ever.
open hood (USA) look up see EPA sticker it TELLS which of above you have.
bingo?

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we need engine displace ment or exact honda type. ID
to answer fully.,
my guess, is the engine leaks oil and you have tried fix it
odd, you did the hard ones first. why not the valve cover
did you know there are 2 ways to find leaks.
1: clean it , all off, then run it and look. see live leak.
best is to do that with out driving as the wind blows it about.
find it , now you know what leaking.
2: use the UV dye kit.
quote wiki, but WHAT ENGINE ?????????????????
all base models were made with 1.6L engines. The EX-CX are all SOHC (Honda D engine). The CX, DX, and LX all have D16y7 non-VTEC engines; whereas the EX has a D16y8 VTEC, and the HX has D16y5 VTEC-E. The USDM Si and Canadian SiR came with a DOHC (B16A2 VTEC).

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Honda stream 2001 camshaft or crankshaft seal needs replacing.is this possible to do at home?(no experience just a can do attitude)


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make sure they are tight
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make sure the old gasket from the old filter came off the block sometimes they come off old filter and stick this causes a leak due to improper seal.

Apr 10, 2009 | 1999 Honda Civic

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hi the pressure switch leaking is a common problem.

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change the rear diff oil, with genuine honda oil, it works guarenteed .
post back and let me know how you go.
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