What I have done to fix the issue. I started with the basics,
Replaced both Fuel Filters
PCV Valve- did not replace grommet for some stupid reason.
Valve Cover Gasket and grommets
That doesn't help so I start working on the Check Engine light. I had a hard time trying to figure out how to read the codes, but I eventually found it and started with that.
1st code- IAT sensor. Replaced that sensor on the Air filter housing.
2nd code- Coolant temp Sensor. Replaced that
3rd code- Crank Angle Sensor. Only comes on after its been running a while, and I decelerate quickly. I did some research and found that the crank angle sensor is located inside the distributor. So I found a used distributor with the vacuum advance still in good condition, I replaced the distributor. It seems to be running slightly smoother at idle, but the engine still misfires like crazy on cold start-ups, and I still get the Crank angle sensor code. That's where I'm at. Any help would mean the world to me.
I do seem to be losing a little coolant and I don't see drips or a puddle in the driveway. I top it off every month, and its about 2-3 cups low each time.
1989 Prelude 2.0 SOHC
Monday, December 31st, 2012 AT 9:32 PM