I have a 94 Acura Vigor and it is leaking oil by the distributor. Is it a valve cover or someone told you it may be the distributor?
Well, unfortunately the only way to tell is to really clean the
area where the leak is suspected. Drive it for a little while and
take a look. Either place can leak motor oil. Make sure you keep an
eye on your oil level in the engine if it's really leaking alot.
NEW ANSWER............. I had the same problem, I have a 92 vigor,
and it was the seal for the distributor, unfortunately they do not
sale the seal seperate. It comes with the dist. Also it was a
recall from the dealer, you have to check with an acura dealer to
find out if you vigor had the dist. changed or not, they can tell
some how by the vin#.I changed it myself. dist. about $200.00
dealer may be expensive for labor. Addition... The above answer is
incorrect. Seperate distributor seals are available through many
online parts sellers. They're about $10 and are easy to install
yourself. My 92 Vigor had the same problem, and it was a really
easy fix. The o-rings around the distributor wear out, and to
replace them, its only about $4.00 a piece. You have to take the
distributor off and replace the seals. Acura dealerships carry the
o-rings and will give you a diagram of the parts to help you
replace the rings.