Before you go too far assuming the distributor is At Fault, start the engine and remove the oil fill cap.
If you get a lot of air coming out, it may be what's called "blow by". That is often the result of not changing the oil on schedule. The rings become trapped in oil "sludge" and end up failing to provide an adequate seal. When that happens, combustion gasses leak past the cylinders and into the crankcase. The combustion gasses can end up creating enough pressure that it pushes oil vapor out any opening, including the distributor shaft or the rear main seal. Without that blowby pressure, the oil will not be able to make it up that distributor shaft and leak out.
IF you found oil inside the distributor most likely it coming from the seal on the shaft of the distributor. To fix this problem you will have to replace the distributor sub assy.
Engine miss at idle. Can be caused by vacuum leak.
If you have no leak it is burning oil.
Answerbuy an o ring if it has gone over 250 miles
Find the leak and have it repaired.
A 1991 Honda Accord could be overheating if the radiator has a leak. There could also be a problem with the head gasket.
A small hole in the fuse line would cause a gas leak on a 1994 Honda Accord LX. In addition, a hole in the actual fuel tank would cause a leak.
how can i check the transmmission fluid?
Depends on what and where it is leaking. Need more information.
trying rack down a leak
I had the same problem with my 1992 Accord. Replacement of the trunk lid gasket fixed the leak, but I had to special order the gasket from a dealer.
Reasons your 1999 Honda Accord is overheating can include a leak in the water hose, a blown head gasket, or the radiator cap needs to be replaced.
The jacking point was the oil pan?