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Old 19 May 2008, 07:51 pm
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Question oil in spark plug gasket hole

Hi, I wanted to get some more info on what could be the problem with my 1990 honda accord. I popped out the rubber gasket thing from the cylinder and there was oil on the bottom of this.

There was also some oil inside the hole where this goes. I have no problem starting it up, it sounds fine and runs like normal.

I noticed that there is not very much engine coolant in the reservoir tank so i am hoping this is not a blown head gasket.
Theres no milky color coming from the oil and from what i can tell theres no coolant in the oil or on the spark plug or inside the chamber.


Some ideas on what the problem could be would be helpful
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