2000 Honda Accord Q&A
2000 Honda Accord Question: Oil Leak from the Engine
The oil leak could be anything from a failed gasket or seal to a sign of a worn engine that is creating a lot of "blow bye". If the oil leak is coming from under the timing cover it is important to repair the leak before the timing belt gets contaminated. The seal on the balance shaft frequently falls out there is a retaining clip that must be fitted to retain the seal (was not there originally. The exact source of the leak needs to be identified before it can be correctly. - patrick mannion
My car has been losing ALOT or oil recently and also power steering fluid. This started a few weeks ago. Well actually the pump been making loud growling noises so i kinda gad a feeling it needed ...
I have a 2001 honda accord with 189,000 miles. during the last week I noticed an oil leak which is now approximately 1 by 1 foot. Any ideas on what can be the problem and what can be the cost ra...
No apparent leaks, no apparent smoke. Has had this for two years. 230K miles. Do I need a valve job? If so, what's a fair price? Thank you.
I have a 90 Accord LX 5 speed, 2.2 motor. It has 300,xxxmiles and recently it started spraying oil up onto my hood while driveing. It is in the general area of the distributer and this site menti...
2002 Honda Accord EX oil leaked into the radiator causing car to overheat had the head gasket rebuilt twice same problem keeps occurring. Now mechanic recommends replacing the engine.