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Honda Prelude Oil Leak Fixed / HOW TO

Honda Prelude oil cooler seal fixed. This small seal can cause alot of damage if ignored. to see diagrams i think Honda Prelude.com has good pics if you dont have a shop manual. To clean the oil from under the car i used brake clean being careful while spraying.


 


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How To Replace a Front Wheel Drive Axle - EricTheCarGuy
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