There are two reasons any engine would lose oil. First, it could be leaking from a seal (oil pan, oil pump, valve cover, etc...) and would look like a dark oily patch (suprise!). Second, it could be burnt up in the combustion chamber. This happens when the piston rings get worn down or misaligned and provides an inadequate seal between the crank case and combustion chamber. You can spot this when you start the car or under hard acceleration and see blue smoke coming out of the exhaust. Both are equally likely, if you see a spot on the ground where you park your car, it's a bad seal and the seal should be replaced. If you see blueish smoke, it is a bad piston rings and the engine needs to be rebuilt or replaced (might be cheaper to replace if it's a Honda). The other alternative is to keep adding oil, JUST MAKE SURE YOU DON'T RUN DRY AS IT WILL FRY YOUR ENGINE.
were is the oil sender switch on a 96 honda accord
The 2001 Honda Accord uses 5-20. It should also be listed right on your oil cap.
does a 2003 Honda Accord LX have to oil sending unit on the Car
A 1992 Honda Accord does not have an Engine oil cooler. It can have a transmission oil cooler, which is built into the radiator.
The manufacturer of the 1995 Honda Accord recommends 10W-30 weight motor oil. A heavier motor oil can be used in extreme climates.
A 1997 Honda Accord EX with V6 engine requires 4.6 quarts of engine oil.
The bottom of the oil pan.
It is located on the oil pan.
If you have no leak it is burning oil.
Good question. I'm looking now for mine on a 1994 Honda Accord.