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.
My Oil Leak
major oil leak after Tires Plus changed the oil. It looks like the tech
over tightened the oil filter thus tweaking the oil cooler and causing it
to leak, BAD!
H22A Crx Startup
After about a week of prep work and putting together all the wiring and
what not, it was time to start the car. This is our third attempt because
the first two times, the distributor was wobbling for some reason. We took
it off and repositioned it. The third time it worked perfectly.
How To Fix Engine Oil Leaks
Scotty Kilmer, mechanic for the last 46 years, shows how to fix engine oil
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How to Replace a Honda Prelude Timing Belt - 5 of 12 - Engine Cover & Timing Belt Removal
Part 5 of 12 - Engine Cover & Timing Belt Removal
http://www.preludedriver.com is proud to offer an easy to follow video
detailing how to replace the timing belt in a 1991 Honda Prelude. The
procedure used can be easily adapted for use on other Preludes, other
Hondas such as Accords and Civics, or on many other cars. Details on how to
replace the water pump, timing belt tensioner and cam oil seals are also
covered. Setting the ignition timing, flushing the radiator and timing belt
tension adjustment is discussed. This video is provided by
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work on their car.
For help with your Prelude, visit our Honda Prelude Forum at
Subject vehicle is a 1991 Honda Prelude SR. For a complete list of parts
and tools used, please see the documentation at:
How to Change Oil in Your Car
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Replacing a Distributor, Acura Integra - EricTheCarGuy
Replacing a Distributor, Acura Integra - EricTheCarGuy
Well I think the title will sum this one up. Yes, I did loan my car to my
brother the other day only to get it back with a bad distributor, luckily I
had one in a box, not the correct one but one that worked. This also
covers firing order and a few other tips should you have to replace the
igniter or coil. In my opinion the only things you should automatically
replace a distributor on a Honda or Acura for are the bearing going bad
like in this video or oil leaking inside the assembly. I don't think they
should ever be automatically replaced for a no start. I also highly
recommend using Honda ignition parts, if not you may be sorry.
There will be a "sequel" to this covering setting the ignition timing,
click the link below.
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distributor o-ring replacement 3.1 V6
while changing the oil i noticed a small leakage around the
distributor,turned out to be the o-ring seal,so i had to replace that.
thanks for watching.
ECS Tuning: Billet Aluminum Oil Filter Housing Kit DIY
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Strong, attractive all aluminum oil filter housing replacement for plastic
Replace that fragile OEM plastic oil filter housing with a strong,
attractive all aluminum housing from ECS Tuning.
Far stronger (and way better looking) than the original, the ECS housing
requires no special tool to open the drain plug during an oil change; all
you'll need is a common 8 mm Allen wrench. For added convenience, the
housing plug copper sealing ring is identical to the one on the crankcase
drain plug, making it easy to source and install new seals for a leak-free
Use a 36 mm socket to unscrew the housing from the engine (Schwaben 3/8
inch-drive 36mm socket -- P/N ES240945).
Remove the old filter, and install a new one.
Replace the rubber housing oil ring with the new o-ring contained in the
Screw the housing/filter on to the engine, and torque to 18 foot pounds.
Reinstall the drain plug with new copper ring, and hand tighten.
Add engine oil.
That's it. No more cracked housings. No more oil spills on your garage
floor. No need for a special drain plug tool. No more plastic drain plugs
mangled by adjustable pliers.
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