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H22A4 Oil Pump OBD2

Hey, I am currently in the process of a Type S swap in my Lude. I will be using my ATTS and M2U4 transmission. I have purchased the Type S longblock and have taken everything off and transplanted between the two that I needed to switch. What I have found is that I need to get a new oil pump that'll fit my crank sensor. I need an h22a4 oil pump since my last one was destroyed in the big boom from water in the cylinders. Would any of you use an aftermarket oil pump on the new engine you bought or would you go oem? The price difference for me is 220 for oem or 100 for aftermarket... I don't have that extra 120 so I am in a standstill and I need to make my purchase. If anyone knows much about this please link me, and reply to the thread. I have been looking around the pumps and can't find any reviews to go along.
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Re: H22A4 Oil Pump OBD2

I would get a junkyard oem oil pump if I was that tight on cash. I dont trust aftermarket anything after I had multiple things fail prematurely on my prelude or were broken right out of the box, but someone else on here might have had different luck with a non oem oil pump.

Personally something that important for you motor I wouldn't skimp out on.

try Car-parts.com for the national junkyard registry and search your area for ludes.
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Re: H22A4 Oil Pump OBD2

Rockauto.com has oil pumps for preludes. Enter the year and make and start looking
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OEM only for me.
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Re: H22A4 Oil Pump OBD2

You've come this far... don't let $120 stop you.
http://www.hondaautomotiveparts.com/...-+OIL+STRAINER
^^ majestic has them a tad under $200.

Or pm prelude1897. He may have a used one left from a part out. Or like underground said.. car-part.com...
Or parts geeks .com... or rock auto... or your local parts store.

Like 98 said, oem is the best way to go.

Btw congrats on the motor find. Where'd you end up finding one?
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Re: H22A4 Oil Pump OBD2

@bykfixer I ended up buying my motor from JDM Engine Pro, found the engine on Ebay bought it off of ebay from the guys company instead.
These are the OEM oil pumps I have found... I need full confirmation that these would work and are the oil pumps that I have in my h22a4 currently.
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Honda Automotive Parts Both are right at the same price of 180. What do y'all think?
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Re: H22A4 Oil Pump OBD2

Go back to hondapartsnow.com.
Find the part #. Type that part # in the search bar.
You'll see a list of the car models it fits. That's a way to cross match for future reference.

Unless the type s is a higher volume oil pump than other SH H22 engines, my guess is it's the same part as what you used to have. The link I supplied was for the 97 SH at majestic.
It was part # 15100-P5M-305,
not 15100-P5M- A01...

Btw your shopping cart is empty lol.

http://www.lingshondaparts.com/honda...alogue_C01.php
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Try this... it's overseas Honda warehouses.
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Re: H22A4 Oil Pump OBD2

I looked at what I had and I need the 15100-P5M- A01 as I have a 1998 SH. The 15100-P5M-305 is the one for 97 and below. Would you suggest for me to purchase the pump right now or what?
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I honestly don't know for certain that it's the same for type s as the sh. That's why I posted the link to lings.

If it were me, I'd be certain it was the correct part.
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Would you suggest for me to purchase the pump right now or what?
Seriously, at this juncture, it's time for Moshkid16 start making calls to part stores.
We've narrowed the search down to two legitimate part numbers and you're getting rude with us? Remove the part and go to the stealership if it's that important. Do some footwork.
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Re: H22A4 Oil Pump OBD2

I looked around called and such on monday. I was going to Preludezone to ask my goto people about it. I apologize if I sounded ignorant or rude but not at all did I mean for it to be. My question was a question is all. I appreciate the help from everyone for the links. As I am going to buy the pump from hondapartsnow or whatever its called. If you come by my house ill bake everyone a free large cookie. Thank you once again.
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Re: H22A4 Oil Pump OBD2

Majestic Honda will get you the same OEM part for less, save you $20-30 bucks maybe. Call them they are real dealer but they break the reseller rules for parts somehow. Used them many times, never got robbed.
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I looked around called and such on monday. I was going to Preludezone to ask my goto people about it. I apologize if I sounded ignorant or rude but not at all did I mean for it to be. My question was a question is all. I appreciate the help from everyone for the links. As I am going to buy the pump from hondapartsnow or whatever its called. If you come by my house ill bake everyone a free large cookie. Thank you once again.
Yer fine moshkid. Many folks spend a lot of time reading forums and learning the H22 top to bottom. And if you look at other threads, you'll see many want us to tell them how to build a car.
I would advise you research the type s specs, parts and specifics. Honda Tech is chocked full of facts. And so is prelude power. Charts galore.
But prelude zone is the friendliest, down to earth collection of prelude fans on the planet.
Also there's a forum called prelude central that I learned a ton from. Not much clutter there. Try that one sometime. Read the usdm vs rest of the world options thread for a treat.
Maybe someday you can teach us about the type s motor and it's dis-similarities in parts so others can know what you've learned.

Over the years I've used how to forums for fixing refrigerators, leaking washing machines, cars and even pets. And always admired that folks take time to share the knowledge. So I try to share what little know how I have regarding Honda preludes. Whenever I get daunted I do what you did. But I search days on end and rarely get stumped. As you learn your car, the same will happen for you.
For about 7 months when not working or sleeping I ate, drank and pooped 5g prelude SH. And still only scratched the surface of know how. I've been yelled at here too. But in life you remember the painful lessons the longest.
The 5g was replaced with a pair of 3g cars. With them, parts are scarce, and info scarcer. So searching is a must. I had a fan issue that after weeks of diy and enquiries from veterans lead to my favorite diagnostician scratching his head for a while. He solved it yesterday after 3 weeks of trial and error. It was a multitude of issues that were occuring sparadically.

Far as here goes... read resource threads, oil myth busted, final idle, diy and stuff like that. Many questions you will have in the future are answered here at pz. Many but not all.
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Re: H22A4 Oil Pump OBD2

^^ This is what preludezone is about ^^

As many guys that are just beginning out on the prelude journey, the countless "members" that ask a question, get their answer and never post again. Then sell their prelude/parts in the wrong section cause they've been members 2-3 years, have 32 posts.

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^^ this is my go to guy. He and ogsmakdade.
98vtec is also a mad man for resource wise. His picture is next to the word H22 in the how to world.
Sideswipe is the research king of the web. And one of the funniest people you'll ever meet.
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Anybody who's name is in red here has forgotten more than I'll ever know. They've been doing this since the first Bush was president... or longer.

Me, I've been working on cars since about 1983, but did very little modding. Just kept my junk running a little longer.
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