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oil leak

Discussion in 'Civic and del Sol - EG and EK' started by BIGD, Jul 11, 2009.

  1. BIGD

    BIGD New Member

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    Guys I have an original 92' SIR civic B16A engine but my issue is an oil leak right now. The following is the changes I made with respect to this:

    Crankshaft seal
    Camshaft seals (both of them)
    Main rear oil seal
    Oil sump pan gasket
    Tappet pan gasket

    All original honda parts as stated above. In addition jus to mention my oil pressure switch and pcc box are also fine.

    However I have a small leak still.
    Can anybody assist me?
     
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    Honda20000 New Member

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    You are just going to have to clean all the suspect spots and run your engine and start lookin'.
     
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    Is it in a specific spot or...
     
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    89' Project Civic d16a6/d16y8 "mini-me"

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    try hondabond on the oil pan in the corners in the 4 spots. Did you use any gasket seal?
     
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    I would clean the motor off as best as possible to start. Then determine where the leak is coming from. Could be cam seal or dizzy o-ring.
     
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