It depends on where the leak is and what is causing the leak.
That depends on where the oil leak is, is it in the motor self or is one of the seals leaking?
It all depends on where the oil leak is located. First find the source, then know your mechanical abilities, repair your self or find a person that has done this repair before to tackle it for you. There is nothing you can add to the crankcase that will stop an oil leak.
There are several types of oil leak sealant for a 1992 Honda Accord. A few of the sealants that can be used are Bar Leak's seal repair, Lucas Oil, and Blue Devil oil leak sealant.
Depends on where the leak is.
Determine where oil leak is originating to determine repair procedure
could be oil burn off from the leak Or during repair, the relative dripped oil on the motor, and the excess is burning off when the motor gets hot!
No just find out where the leak is and repair it.
That would depend on what oil seal you are referring to. There are many oil seals.
There should be no oil leaks on a new car, take it back to the dealer and let them look at it and repair your leak.
There is no Freon in a 1997 Honda Accord. It contains R134a refrigerant. If it is low of refrigerant you have a leak. It is illegal to add refrigerant to any system with a leak without first repairing the leak. The professional who repairs the leak will recharge the system and check to make sure there is sufficient oil in the system. Not a repair for a novice.
Replace The Timing Cover Gasket