The oil drain plug is located under the bottom of the engine to the right side of the oil pan. It requires a 14mm socket to rewmove it.
The correct tightening torque for a 1990 Honda Accord oil drain plug is 29 foot pounds. This same torque applies to all Honda oil drain plugs.
Bottom of the engine on the oil pan.
Drain plug on bottom of oil pan.
The oil capacity is 3.7 QTS
Remove oil pan for access
its in the pasenger side on the oil pan,
Screw it in clockwise.
3.5 Litres / 3.7 qt
If you mean on the exterior of the spark plug then the valve cover gasket is leaking. If it is on the electrode of the plug you are burning oil.
It is on the rear of the engine block above the drain plug.
No I do not have one.
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The honda oil pan drain plug is a 14mm bolt. It's threads are a 1.50 pitch.
Bottom of the engine, at the rear sde of the oil pan. 17mm size bolt.
you refill right through the dip stick
Use 5W30 any major brand.
17 mm socket or boxed in wrench.
The oil drain plug is located on the bottom of the engine screwed into the oil pan.
The type of oil that is recommend for a 1989 Honda Accord is 10 W 30. However, if the car is used in colder weather states, 5 W 30 can be used.
If you see oil in the spark plug chambers in your Accord you will need to replace the vavle cover gasket. Oil from the top end of your engine (camshafts) is leaking through the vavle cover gaskets into one or more of the spark plug wells. Easy fix!!!!