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Oil Leak (and other) Opinions Requested
Written by pacific.ghost on 8/1/2009 at 10:54 pm

--- In ipcrc@yahoogroups.com, "John Handford" <literidr@...> wrote:
>
> Hey pacificghost (must be an 89!)
>

Nope, it's a 1998 model - good guess, though. :D (It's not going to be Magna Red
for a whole lot longer...)

> Here's a composite from one of my posts and a reply to another query about
this procedure. I think is will work together as a whole, but if you have any
questions, drop me a note.

Thanks for the info. I'm totting up my buy list for the local Honda parts
department (I get a discount that equals Service Honda prices and I don't have
to pay shipping.)

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pacific.ghost
7/31/2009, 12:21 pm
Oil Leak (and other) Opinions Requested
I now have most of the upper plastics off (for paint/replacement) and to evaluate the damage. It's a little more serious than I'd thought. Going to need a couple more parts, but that's okay. I knew the thing had an oil leak when I got it,

    unlikelylogi...
    7/31/2009, 02:40 pm
    Oil Leak (and other) Opinions Requested
    Yes, camshaft plug leaks can make quite a mess. It doesn't take much oil to attract a lot of dirt and with all of the Tupperware you don't tend to notice a problem until it drips. Ideally you would clean the engine and then run it to dete

    literidr
    7/31/2009, 05:19 pm
    Oil Leak (and other) Opinions Requested
    Hey pacificghost (must be an 89!) Here's a composite from one of my posts and a reply to another query about this procedure. I think is will work together as a whole, but if you have any questions, drop me a note. You will need to