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Old 06-08-2018, 09:43 AM
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Re: Multiple leaks on '99 F23A4

Originally Posted by BlkCurrantKord View Post
30110-pc6-005 - dizzy

P/S pump -
91249-p2a-003
91348-p2a-003
91349-p2a-003

I'd at least do the distributor o-ring first and clean everything else with some engine bay cleaner and a power washer. Then keep an eye for more leaks. That sensor is just dirty from all the other oil being flung around the bay.
Originally Posted by Enne View Post
I've heard the inner one is hard to do and/or the proper size ring is hard to find. And like there's some kind of pin that you need to pull out/push back in and it breaks easily?

Edit: I have this dizzy o-ring that I purchased from RA a while ago for the Prelude (but didn't use), is this the same gasket? BECK/ARNLEY 0396575 {#30110PA1732, 30110PC6005, PA562}

Edit 2: Would one of these power steering pump seal kits be a good idea? https://www.rockauto.com/en/catalog/...+seal+kit,7407

I don't know where you've heard that the distributor o-ring is hard to change but whoever told you is an idiot. It literally couldn't be any easier to do.


I wouldn't buy a seal kit for the P/S pump until you know for sure that it's leaking there
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