what is this and how much will it take to have it repaired?

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Asked by Oct 10, 2007 at 01:12 AM about the 1991 Acura Integra LS Sedan FWD

Question type: Maintenance & Repair

I HAVE A 91 ACURA INTEGRA LS AND IT HAS A VERY SMALL AMOUNT OF OIL LEAKING FROM A FLAT CIRCULAR BLACK PIECE OF PLASTIC RESTING ON THE LEFT SIDE OF THE ENGINE.

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45,575

From the sounds of it it sounds like a cam seal or something else. You may want to have this looked at by a garage or two, and get prices. It's hard to tell what you're referring to by your description alone.

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cant really tell you due to lack of information but i recently had a oil leak on my 95 teggy different engine obviously but i had to get 2 cam seals, a crank seal, a timing belt, and a valve gasket cover all replaced totaled just under $700 i wasnt too happy

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cam seal. b series is notorius for leaky cam seal

165

definitely a cam seal. i had that exact same problem on my 97 ls. its a very easy fix if you know a decent amount about the b series motor. all you gotta do is remove ur head and ur exhaust cam.

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