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Old 08-08-2012, 10:52 AM
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H22a oil pan

I couldnt find this anywhere in a search but will a jdm h22a oil pan fit to my h22a4 block? Both pans look different in every image ive seen. I scored it for free because my buddy bought a moroso pan for his civic build. My old pan is leaking oil due to a lack of threads. Id be very happy if this fit because its steel instead of aluminum. Ill add tgat the car is a 2001 SH.
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I couldnt find this anywhere in a search but will a jdm h22a oil pan fit to my h22a4 block? Both pans look different in every image ive seen. I scored it for free because my buddy bought a moroso pan for his civic build. My old pan is leaking oil due to a lack of threads. Id be very happy if this fit because its steel instead of aluminum. Ill add tgat the car is a 2001 SH.
You can personally ask some experts out there. On the other hand you might want to check to be sure...... I'm not 100% sure on the H22A4 engine oil pan. The info I posted was for the H22A, H22A1 and H23A1 on the guide i was reading the last time. The block looks to be the same and the oil pickup is the same.....
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Re: H22a oil pan

Can you post a pic? Im pretty sure it wil bolt up the majority of H series parts are the same.
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Re: H22a oil pan

You'll need to use the oil pickup tube from the JDM H22A engine if you use this pan.
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Re: H22a oil pan

really is it hard to find? I found quiet a few all run around $200-250 5th gen are high maint I should know every part I get for my 01 lude sh leaves me broke :P man check this hope is right one checked it just now and might be what you need Honda Prelude Cast Aluminum Oil Pan - New, No Reserve, Free Shipping | eBay
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Re: H22a oil pan

You could always sell that one and buy the one in your link. Is your oil drain plug stripped? Mine was and i just cut different threads and used a bigger nut.
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You could always sell that one and buy the one in your link. Is your oil drain plug stripped? Mine was and i just cut different threads and used a bigger nut.
He has an SH like me. With the ATTS blocking access to the drainplug, retapping or using a time-sert would require REMOVING the oil pan.

I recommend using this
http://suresealdrainplug.com/

or this (oil pan removal is required for an SH though) price is $120, BUT you get enough to do FIVE oil pans so maybe we can do a possible group buy to reduce the price per person?
http://www.amazon.com/gp/product/B00...A2IS69AN9A0OWP

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Re: H22a oil pan

You have to remove your oil pan SH or base to recut threads into the oil pan lol. You can't leave the shavings inside the pan. But If your tight on money it's a easy good fix. But If you have the money to buy a new oil pan You could avoid all of that.
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