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Honda Civic 1.7

I lifted my car hood to check my fluids and found this white foam leaking from somewhere but don't know what it is or where it's coming from.

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  • raynclaudia Jun 28, 2008

    I don't know much about engines. But it looks like it's a part behind the valves. It has a black plastic cover with 5 screws holding it closed. Thanks

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Can you tell me about where it coming from cheers

Posted on Jun 28, 2008

  • pierre laplante Jun 29, 2008

    its hard to tell you take our car to a garage when our due for oil change just ask what that you get our free advise good lock

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