We change our oil faster than usual but no leaks. and there is a burning smell.
1999 Honda Civic

We change our oil faster than usual but no leaks. And there is a burning smell.

(1999 Honda Civic)
We go up hills or something that causes the car to work a little harder and we start smelling a burning smell. We have to change our oil faster than the recommended 3k miles (no leaking though). Also there is a sound of pattering at times.
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on February 07, 2016
3000 miles is NOT the recommended oil change interval for any Honda.it is every 7500 miles or 6 months for normal driving conditions,or whenever your oil maintenance minder comes on for your 99 civic as well as my 93 accord.it is on page 173 of your OWNERS MANUAL.
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on February 07, 2016
3000 miles is NOT the recommended oil change interval for any Honda.it is every 7500 miles or 6 months for normal driving conditions,or whenever your oil maintenance minder comes on for your 99 civic as well as my 93 accord.it is on page 173 of your OWNERS MANUAL.
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