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Old 01-02-2011, 06:00 PM
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H23 & H22 oil pan

okay my oil pan gasket is leaking madly and if i have to changed that so i might as well change the oil pan since its already dented up and scuffed.
I was wondering if an h23 oil pan would fit on a h22
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Re: H23 & H22 oil pan

Yep it'll fit. So will an F22 oil pan. The H23 oil pans are preferable because they are made of steel and are less vulnerable to leaking at the drain bolt.
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Re: H23 & H22 oil pan

oem oil pan unit cheaper than aftermarket unit $43 but gasket around $28. Aftermarket unit $75+ Buy oem unit online. If you go to the front counter it will be $200+ f22.h22.h23 all fit.
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Yep it'll fit. So will an F22 oil pan. The H23 oil pans are preferable because they are made of steel and are less vulnerable to leaking at the drain bolt.
Nice! wish I would of known this when I replaced my oil pan..
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Re: H23 & H22 oil pan

update T_T its not the oil pan thats leaking...its the seal behind the pulley i think thats what its called T_T i can't remember what its called i think main seal anybody know how to change this...I think its the process of taking the whole timing belt off

it leaks when i started the car
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Re: H23 & H22 oil pan

Ok everyone saying they all fit is half and half. Reason being some of the oil pans use a regular gasket and some use the honda sealant gasket. So make sure you check that first or it will not work.
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Re: H23 & H22 oil pan

The rear main seal it's behind the flywheel, you have to remove the flywheel cover and look/or feel it for oil puddle in there. to replace it the trans have to came out. And you said behind the crank pulley? yeah t-belt/bal-belt have to came off too. and this motor know to leak on the oil cooler most mistaken by the oil pan leak. hope it help. You out to do any main't and repair on your car. I will do my best to help.
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update T_T its not the oil pan thats leaking...its the seal behind the pulley i think thats what its called T_T i can't remember what its called i think main seal anybody know how to change this...I think its the process of taking the whole timing belt off

it leaks when i started the car
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update T_T its not the oil pan thats leaking...its the seal behind the pulley i think thats what its called T_T i can't remember what its called i think main seal anybody know how to change this...I think its the process of taking the whole timing belt off

it leaks when i started the car
If it's behind a pulley..what pulley? It's probably leaking around the balance shaft seal retainer. You can only get this part at the dealer but it's not expensive. Most people overlook this part when doing the timing belt but it's just as necessary.
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Re: H23 & H22 oil pan

It depends on what part is leaking oil. If oil is pouring out from under the timing belt cover it can be from the front main seal or from the front balance shaft seal.

The front balance shaft seal has a tendency to pop out and pour oil out of it. Its so common that HONDA came out with a fix for it and issued a service bulletin on it. Ive repaired this issue a dozen times on H series motors and eventually the sheet metal bracket FIX came standard on the F series in later accords.

The front balance shaft fix is easy. You dont have to remove the timing belt, but you still have to pull off the timing cover to access it and this also means removal of the crank pulley and belts. I can do it in about an hour in the car, but I'd plan on 3 hours to fix it and buying the bracket from honda.
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Re: H23 & H22 oil pan

It depends on what part is leaking oil. If oil is pouring out from under the timing belt cover it can be from the front main seal or from the front balance shaft seal.

The front balance shaft seal has a tendency to pop out and pour oil out of it. Its so common that HONDA came out with a fix for it and issued a service bulletin on it. Ive repaired this issue a dozen times on H series motors and eventually the sheet metal bracket FIX came standard on the F series in later accords.

The front balance shaft fix is easy. You dont have to remove the timing belt, but you still have to pull off the timing cover to access it and this also means removal of the crank pulley and belts. I can do it in about an hour in the car, but I'd plan on 3 hours to fix it and buying the bracket from honda.
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Re: H23 & H22 oil pan

I will be looking into it more but i can't figure out whats it call due to no microsoft word so i can't open the helms servies manual which freakin sucks i believe its the pulley thats all the way at the bottom of motor its leaking from that area...due to cold weather and dad won't let me park in garage will take a long while to work on this.... just looking for A LOT of info right now

And thanks everybody for the help :)
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