Spark Plug Well Oil Leak Fix, Honda Accord – EricTheCarGuy

Spark Plug Well Oil Leak Fix, Honda Accord – EricTheCarGuy www.ericthecarguy.com I know I’ve promised this one for some time so here it is. If you have this problem I recommend replacing the seals in the valve cover first and then coming back to recheck for oil in the spark plug wells in about a month or so, if you find oil then I recommend performing this procedure. I can’t stress enough how important it is to make sure everything is lined up correctly when you reinstall the rocker assembly, bad things can happen if you don’t. — Click below and Stay Dirty Visit me at EricTheCarGuy.com ericthecarguy.com Visit EricTheCarGuy Forum www.ericthecarguy.com Visit my Facebook Page: www.facebook.com —ETCG Due to factors beyond the control of EricTheCarGuy, it cannot guarantee against unauthorized modifications of this information, or improper use of this information. EricTheCarGuy assumes no liability for property damage or injury incurred as a result of any of the information contained in this video. EricTheCarGuy recommends safe practices when working with power tools, automotive lifts, lifting tools, jack stands, electrical equipment, blunt instruments, chemicals, lubricants, or any other tools or equipment seen or implied in this video. Due to factors beyond the control of EricTheCarGuy, no information contained in this video shall create any express or implied warranty or guarantee of any particular result. Any injury, damage or loss that may result from improper use of

25 Responses to Spark Plug Well Oil Leak Fix, Honda Accord – EricTheCarGuy

  • ch626to says:

    I have a Honda civic 02 would this be the same

  • RailKing says:

    I deff shared this video on CB7tuner.com Eric. This is a DIY we have been needing for sometime it seems. I gave you credit on the site, not only that you do quite a few honda cars that can help us with the DIY fixes. Thanks again!!!!

  • Ray T says:

    How long do I have to wait for the gasket to cure before I can start running the engine?

  • Slowdown Timez says:

    ok thanks for the vid youre awesome bro, BUT theres one part that confused me like crazy and that the torque wrench part, ive looked up the values and mostly found that the
    12mm-16 footpounds and the 10mm-9ft just like u sated in the bubble…but then why when you went to tighten the bolts u set it to 22 the first ones then less for the others???

  • john21031 says:

    This guy is careless. It’s obvious he is pressed on time and it’s not his car. His gloves were dirty when he touched the mating surfaces for the O-rings. It’s like a surgeon who did not wash hands after changing his car’s oil. Never use air tools on these kind of repairs if you care about your car. Even loosening those bolts with air gun can damage the treads. It’s just he would not tell anyone, just like most mechanics. Liked the amount of content covered but did not like the careless job.

  • gmcls69 says:

    Oops! U make it look so easy.

  • gmcls69 says:

    U make look so easy. I don’t need them manual books. They don’t have enough info. Keep up the good videos. N stay dirty.

  • CjkPHD says:

    Where did you get the o-rings from? And what are they called, valve cover gaskets? Or lower valve cover gaskets?

  • Lithoushine says:

    1:26 – 1:43 … story to my life lol : )

  • shayne80 says:

    Eric, you rock. Love all your instructionals. However, I jumped into pulling the rocker assy out of old wagon without consulting your videos. I see that when you removed the assembly, you kept all of the bolts in it. I did not and now the rocker pivot shaft seems to have slid on me. How do I re-align the bolt holes on the shaft?
    Keep up the good work. Staying dirty!

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  • hacht4lfe says:

    im havin the same problem but for some reason the electrode and the gap arm are being eaten away on my spark plugs…..

  • luigilosh says:

    Hey Thanks! =) I will buy the o-ring then (Y)

  • aquateen77723 says:

    Thanks, Eric. You are zee best!

  • Dclovescl says:

    it is very common for a honda distributor to leak oil. its the o-ring on the shaft. basically get a new distributor, or take the time and find the o-ring.
    

  • luigilosh says:

    hi eric! great video! Now I can fix that problem in my civic =) This video really help me! Thanks again. My distributos is also leaking oil and I don’t know if you have a video fixing that problem or if you can do that video =) cheers!!

  • MrSlipknot1488 says:

    can you apply this same principle with a 1996 acura integra? the DOHC non vtec? anyone know?

  • J.F. King says:

    Shop towels sometimes leave fibers behind that may prevent a good seal.

  • cody90743 says:

    hey eric i have a 1992 honda accord ex-r coupe its leaking oil bad and i dont know where from i had change my valve cover gaskets and i had a problem of oil getting into my spark plug well but i fixed it….but i seem to be going through lots of oil still where else can the leak be coming from

  • Ken Stouffer says:

    I also noticed oil in my spark plug tubes when I last changed them (’87 Integra Special).
    The oil doesn’t get into the cylinder past the plugs… so are the tube seals really important or can I wait a while?
    Thanks, Jim

  • MrGomoma says:

    poor car no love, y you no car her

  • John Lombardi says:

    i just did it. 16 on the 12 and 10 on the 10s… this video was awesome i had this problem and the shop wanted over 300 i got the parts along with new plugs and wires for just under 100.. thanks for the video it was a life saver.

  • lsdrebel says:

    how much torque do you use for the 12 and 10m bolts?

  • plumbarius88 says:

    keep the videos, I am huge fan . you had save me a lot of money on doing your self repairs .even giving me the motivation to go out to study this profession . Thanks a lot

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