95 Coupe w/ f22b swap leaking oil - need to id part
I haven't been on here in a while, and I figured you guys would know it best, but basically the $1,000 Accord I got about a year ago has started leaking oil real bad, and went as far as dumping all of it out when my wife drove it today. I sourced the problem. The motor was swapped by the previous owner and is an F22B.
I dont have a picture of the piece now, because it is dark, but there is a little cylinder-looking that that sits on a triangular flange on the back of the valve cover. I believe the actual triangle part is mounted to the head portion, rather than the VC. It sits above the giraffe-leg portion of the intake manifold, and when you start the car, the flange (or possibly the cylinder thing on top) starts leaking oil in tiny drips. If you hit the gas at all, the drops get larger based on how much gas you give it. I am assuming there is a vacuum line hooked to it that causes this.
Other info I can think of:
-The cylinder thing is silver in color.
-The flange has a gasket, along with another triangular piece above it, then the cylinder on top
-Besides the motor itself, everything else is stock. The motor has all the smog/ air equipment that came with the motor itself to pass reg in CA.
I have never had this problem with any other Honda I've had, hence I have no idea what I'm looking at and am not embarrased to ask for help. I just need to ID the part so I can purchase a new gasket, or perhaps the (what I assume is some form of solenoid) is broken. Thanks in advance. I'll try to get a picture up tomorrow in the AM.
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