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1992 Accord: oil level gradually reduces to nothing as car is driven. With engine off, oil returns to pan (dip stick reading), as though oil is not draining back into oilpan correctly. Plugged drain lines? Are they accessible?

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The oil return hole in the head are cloged feeding back to the oil pan,need to pull valve cover and clean out oil return holes

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