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Icon5 Guy from NJ, need help with re-sealing oil pan.

Anyone out there in tri-state are ever resealed their oil pan? Mine is leaking a bit and I want to have the seal redone. I've got a quote for $210 (including tax) from Meineke so if you are willing to do it for me and can beat that price, let me know. Thank you a lot.

PS: I know I can do it myself but the thing is I don't have access to a lift. Btw, my car is a 2001 Prelude SH with a 98 rebuilt base model engine (got rid of ATTS). If you're interested in making some money, PM me or send me an email to vietboy1606@gmail.com. I'm located in Phillipsburg, NJ 08865.
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Re: Guy from NJ, need help with re-sealing oil pan.

hmmm, i'm only like 25 minutes away and am glad to do it.






....................................except if you have the stock header on there.
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Re: Guy from NJ, need help with re-sealing oil pan.

How much r u gonna charge? I don't have stock header nor heat shield. I have a stainless steel header (don't know what brand tho)
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How much r u gonna charge? I don't have stock header nor heat shield. I have a stainless steel header (don't know what brand tho)
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makes the job much much much easier
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Re: Guy from NJ, need help with re-sealing oil pan.

I know rite. When I still had my integra, changing the header burnt my hand twice, ironically not from the header but from the damn heat shield.
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Re: Guy from NJ, need help with re-sealing oil pan.

LOL nick, remember my stock header? break out the sawzall!

On a separate note, I'm pretty far away from you, I don't know if I could find the time to help...

I would like to encourage you to try it yourself though. I know you said you don't have access to a lift, but you don't need one, and it's not that hard, and you can save yourself like 200 bucks.

Just get the front up on some GOOD jack STANDS (never support your car with a jack/jacks alone etc... etc... yadda yadda yadda... but no seriously... invest in some good jack stands, they will save your life and your prelude), and drain the oil first as if you were doing an oil change (This is an important step if you don't want to eat a bunch of oil... just remove the oil drain plug, get an approved container under it, then take the oil cap off the top of the motor so it flows through faster... the longer you let it drain, the less dirty oil you'll have dripping on your face when you take the pan off :-) )

Next, remove your plastic splash shield so you can get access to the header bolts you need to reach, and then remove the piece of the header that's in the way (you'll probably need some good penetrating lube for this... like liquid wrench or pb-blaster... but wd-40 will do in a pinch, i also recommend using a good breaker bar, and possibly even a piece of pipe depending on how bad the bolts are rusted... take your time and don't round them off or you'll need to break out the sawzall).

Next, go to the oil pan and unbolt the bolts in a criss cross pattern (like you would with wheels) and remove the pan.

Now, you want to clean both surfaces (oil pan and block) so that there are no little hunks of dirt or old Hondabond or anything where the two meet. Use a putty knife to ensure that you get all the dried old sealant off, and make sure both surfaces are as clean as possible.

Now, 5th gens don't actually have oil pan gaskets, so all you need is a GOOD silicone sealant (preferably Hondabond).

Spread the Hondabond on evenly (you can put a little bit on both surfaces if you like), and then tighten the oil pan back up in a criss cross pattern again. You'll wanna use a torque wrench and tighten to the spec in the manual (I don't know it off the top of my head, but I don't think it's too much). I believe the manual also has a bolt pattern diagram so you know the order they should be tightened in. Remember when torquing in a pattern like that, you want to do it in steps (for example, if you were tightening to 20 ft-lbs, you would tighten all the bolts to maybe 8 or so first, then go back and in order tighten all to 14 or 15 or so, and then go back through one more time in order and snug them to 20 ft-lbs.... Again, I don't know if 20 ft-lbs is the exact spec, but that's just an example... check the manual).

Then all you need to do is take a rag and/or scraper/putty-knife clean up any Hondabond that might have squirted outwards around the pan where you tightened it. Once that is done, give the hondabond enough time to cure (it should say how long it takes on the tube), and then REMEMBER TO PUT THE OIL DRAIN PLUG BACK IN, TIGHTEN TO SPEC, AND REFILL YOUR OIL BEFORE YOU START YOUR CAR! Hook your header back up tightly torqued to spec, put the plastic splash guard back on, and then you can call it a day.

You could probably do the whole job in about an hour or two tops if everything goes smoothly.

Like I said, I know you already said you are hesitant to try it, but it's really not that bad, and I encourage you to give it a whirl =). It'll make you feel good afterwards =).

If you really don't want to do it yourself, I can highly recommend Nick (twokexlv6coupe) as a helper if the two of you can can come to an arrangement and find a good time to do it. He helped me out with my clutch install and I can vouch highly for his work. I'm sure that if you throw in some good Italian food, he can also hook you up with the turbonizer that will get you an extra 15hp AND an extra 15mpg.

Lol, just playin'... but seriously... if he agrees to help you, he comes highly recommended.

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Re: Guy from NJ, need help with re-sealing oil pan.

Thank you for your concern BadMofo. I've already contacted Nick and we'll do it tomorrow (well, I mean today - it's effin' 1:38AM). Since I don't have the required tools, I'm not gonna tackle this job by myself. Hopefully we won't run into any problem.
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Re: Guy from NJ, need help with re-sealing oil pan.

It's cool bro, Nick is a cool guy and he does good work like I said. You're in good hands. Have fun with it man, let us know how it goes.
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Re: Guy from NJ, need help with re-sealing oil pan.

thanks for the words of recommendations Mike. sawzall and your mom's manicotti FTMFWWW


i don't think we'll run into any major problems. biggest thing i'm worried about, like always, is getting the header off. we'll see.
will report the progress very shortly!
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Re: Guy from NJ, need help with re-sealing oil pan.

Any update, guys? I'm curious to see if everything went alright or if you had to break out the power tools.
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Re: Guy from NJ, need help with re-sealing oil pan.

after exactly 3 hours of work, we have 2 very greasey luders, one of them being an extremely happy luder again cuz he has no more leaking oil pan
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Not too shabby there, Nick. How bad were the header and bolts?
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Re: Guy from NJ, need help with re-sealing oil pan.

the header bolts were cake

the header looked like it only had a coupla thousand miles tops on it, so they presented to be no problemosss. they were like
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Re: Guy from NJ, need help with re-sealing oil pan.

Lucky bastards...

I need to do my O2 sensor soon... I'm dreading getting that damn thing out... I can only imagine how badly it's rusted in there.
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Re: Guy from NJ, need help with re-sealing oil pan.

btw, i dont recommend using a impact wrench on the header bolts,
horrible idea =[
broke mine so i cant get the other half out of the header, tried vice-grips, drill bit, i figure ill just get some different headers later.
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Lucky bastards...

I need to do my O2 sensor soon... I'm dreading getting that damn thing out... I can only imagine how badly it's rusted in there.
use PB blaster on it the night before your going to do the work, let it sit over night and have a cheater bar ready to go when you start. provided you use the O2 socket its not too bad...took me and a friend putting almost both of our weight on the cheater bar to break it free but hey...
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Re: Guy from NJ, need help with re-sealing oil pan.

fuk i feel like a dumbass now. apparently its leaking again now, which i don't see how its possible cuz we let it idle in my driveway for like 10 minutes w/ no leaking what-so-ever.

could something be warped? like the pan?



despite the back of the flywheel being dry, i'm starting to think its the rear main seal, cuz the leak was from under the flywheel cover, but it looked like it was coming from the pan. grrrrrrrrrrrrr
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Re: Guy from NJ, need help with re-sealing oil pan.

Update: It was a blast workin' with Nick. AWESOME guy. Greatly recommend to anyone within NJ or PA area who needs work done with quality job on their car. It was like said above about 3 hours total and no more oil pan leak. But it is leaking from the tranny's case housing so I have no effin' clue where it's coming from. I'll just open her up again tomorrow and see where it's from. But I'm sure it only leaks when the car moves because I let her idle for a good 5 mins and didn't see any leak but when I get the car moving and come to a stop, it drips drop by drop. I guess it has something to do with the trans axle (I can't tell if the leaking oil is engine oil or trans fluid so I'll check the trans fluid level tomorrow). Anyway, I'm now sure the oil pan will NEVER leak on me

All in all, it was an awesome and fun time working and talking with Nick, except for the part where I effed up Nick's garage's molding (I'm so sorry Nick, my bumper was effed too so we're even )

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Re: Guy from NJ, need help with re-sealing oil pan.

Sounds like the rear main seal probably... cheap part but a PITA to replace... might as well do your clutch+flywheel while you're in there if that's what it is.

The oil pan could possibly be warped or have some small crack in it too... it could be any number of things. Try to locate the actual source of the leak if you can. Get under there and clean as much of it up as you can and then climb back under there a few hours later... It should make it easier to find the source.
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