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Old 09-08-2008, 09:14 AM
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Oil pan location and removal question

I got my 2000 prelude back in april and this pass Saturday I went to get my oil change. I dropped it off and came back an hour later to find out they didn't change my oil because there is a crack in my oil pan that was sealed up with heat temp sylicon. They didnt want to take a chance in breaking the seal, which I understand. So my question is where is the oil pan located exactly and how easy will it be to remove? Also, does anyone know where i can get one for cheap? Thanks for the help in advance.
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Re: Oil pan location and removal question

^ the oil pan is pretty easy to find, Its under the car abd its normally has oil on it, but if not its probly black with a 14 or 17 mm nut on it, also its should be pretty simple to remove, just the bolts around the pan, if i remember they are 10 or 12mm and it should drop right out, also note that you should drain all the oil in your car first and make sure it is cold so that your not burning your self when your removing the oil pan. Also the cheapest place to get an oil pan would be advanced auto or NAPA
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Re: Oil pan location and removal question

it will be 6 10mm bolts. it is the big pan shaped thing that the oil drain bolt is attached to. make sure you replace the gaskets though. the old one probably wont cut it. also when you tighten it down, do it the same way you would with your lugnuts (oposite order) so that it seats the gasket evenly. and dont overtighten the bolts b/c that can screw up the gasket too.
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Re: Oil pan location and removal question

i tried doing a search on yahoo for online stores that might have them but all i keep coming across gaskets. i'm not that good with doing work on cars which is why i've asked the question and my mechanic i normally have my work done just had a baby so i can't really bug him about it.

i just wanted to know if i had to remove my engine to get it off like you do with some fords or if it's real simple and all i have to do is slide under the car. i found a used one on ebay but still not sure if it'll work, well not 100% sure
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Re: Oil pan location and removal question

Id get a new one from Advanced or NAPA, its simple to do. Yuo gotts slid under the car like a oil change, also look at this like this, its your first experance on doing mechinical work then you can save money and do you own work! Then you can feel extreemly good about yourself
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Re: Oil pan location and removal question

that is a good way to look at it, but knowing my luck i'll screw it up. i'd love to get a new one but i'm alittle tight on money which is why i found one on ebay. i'm not too familiar with the rules here, so i'm not sure if i'd be allowed to put the link up just to make sure that it will work and worth it.
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Re: Oil pan location and removal question

you can put the link up, and how much is it? Call around the price you pay to what it might cost really could be the same if you calulate shipping
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throw it up its cool. some shops will try to charge more for an oil pan replacement b/c it sounds hard to do but really it is very simple.
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http://cgi.ebay.com/ws/eBayISAPI.dll...m=180284780554

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No were really cool here, im sure if you posted a pic of a naked chick thed be pissed but unfourtnally its not that
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Re: Oil pan location and removal question

holy crap. this is not an easy part to come by! i checked a few stores around here and no one could even special order it. the Honda dealer would have to special order it for $248.86. I didnt really check any sites online but from what i see, i would snatch that little guy up!
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Re: Oil pan location and removal question

lol ya thats what i thought. like i said, i looked saturday night doing a search on yahoo and i could only come by gaskets, nothing else. i found other pans on ebay brand new going for $200ish. why is there an extra hole on the top near the screw holes?
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Re: Oil pan location and removal question

that is where it was tapped for the oil return. it was on a turbo'd lude. i just noticed that. you'll have to find a way to plug it.
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Re: Oil pan location and removal question

sylicon is the only thing i can come up with lol i have a base model i believe, but that would still work on it, right? my buddy who does the work on my car said i could either just change the oil and put some extra high temp sylicon on it or weild the crack depending on where its at.
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The eBay oil pan is turbo ready! haha It would be better to get a new one if you can afford it but as long as the eBay one is in the condition it says it is, it will buy you enough time and a few oil changes while you try to find a good deal on a new one. PS make sure you plug the oil return which is the nub thing on the side.
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Nice find, also your going to need the gasket or seal like stated above
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i'm going to prob end up bidding on it cause money looks grim on my side. damn honeymoon i have to save up for lol
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I got a question, what cost more money a wife or a car?
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Re: Oil pan location and removal question

i say the wife is more expensive just b/c i actually enjoy spending money on my car
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Depends on what kind of car and what kind of wife, typically a wife would but this honeymoon is kind of more for me. We're going down to WV for the quad trails of Hatfield & McCoy and I have 6 months left to save.
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yea...i am divorced. i will honestly say the grass isnt greener on either side
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ive been with my fiance for 5.5 yrs now and were getting married on our 6 yr anniversity, nothing big and fancy though
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Re: Oil pan location and removal question

Here I go:

Here's what you do. If you've got a Base, you can use a 4th gen steel oil pan, just remember to pick up the rubber gasket. If you've got an SH, you're stuck with the aluminum pan, which does not use a gasket, just a tube of Ultraflange. Good luck finding an SH pan for cheap. 4th gen pans can be had for less than $40. Hell, even I've got one laying around that I don't need
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i have a spare H22 oil pan laying around, and i'm in jersey too.

i could do the job for you if you wanted? (depending on where in jerz you are)
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i have a base model prelude, and the guy at monro told me it was aluminium. i live in south jersey.
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hmm like where? i'm going to school in trenton, but i'd hafta go home (n-jerz) to get ma toolzzz
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i live close to camden county college
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Re: Oil pan location and removal question

so what was the final verdict on the ebay one? i assume it was a no go?
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Re: Oil pan location and removal question

ya, i didn't buy it thanks to twokexlv6coupe selling me his, so ill have a new oil pan soon. thanks alot man and thanks with everyone else's help. now on to trying to get an exhaust and some rust off my car. anyone know a good way to remove rust and seal it?
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