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Old 08 Mar 2008, 09:31 am
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Default Integra Oil Pan

Need an oil pan for a '91 Integra. I was considering purchasing one
online from an Acura parts site instead of from the dealer. Anyone ever
purchased an Integra oil pan online?? Suggestions.
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Old 08 Mar 2008, 05:29 pm
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"B.Creech" <bcreech61@nc.rr.com> wrote in news:47d2b1dd$0$17360
$4c368faf@roadrunner.com:

> Need an oil pan for a '91 Integra. I was considering purchasing one
> online from an Acura parts site instead of from the dealer. Anyone ever
> purchased an Integra oil pan online?? Suggestions.




Try www.slhondaparts.com

Or see a list of online suppliers here:
http://www.tegger.com/hondafaq/online-parts.html

However...

Get a quote from a local Acura dealer. You will likely find that shipping
and handling will cause the online price to equal or outweigh the price
from a local dealer.

Are you replacing the pan because of rust, or because the drain plug is
stripped?

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Old 09 Mar 2008, 09:50 am
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Default Re: Integra Oil Pan

Factory drain plug is/has been stripped for a long time. My mechanic
has replaced the plug with the self threading replacement plug several
times. For years now my mechanic known to be gentle with the drain
plug. He always cranks the car while on the rack to check for leaks
after oil gets hot. After my last oil change last week, he told me I
should be thinking about replacing the oil pan since this replacement
plug is getting suspect again..... told me to keep and eye on the plug
for leaks. He said he had the largest replacement plug he could get in
the pan now, was not sure another one would hold.

Oil pan gasket is leaking alot also......been putting off replacing it.

I will check the dealer price before ordering online.

Tegger wrote:
> "B.Creech" <bcreech61@nc.rr.com> wrote in news:47d2b1dd$0$17360
> $4c368faf@roadrunner.com:
>
>
>> Need an oil pan for a '91 Integra. I was considering purchasing one
>> online from an Acura parts site instead of from the dealer. Anyone ever
>> purchased an Integra oil pan online?? Suggestions.
>>

>
>
>
> Try www.slhondaparts.com
>
> Or see a list of online suppliers here:
> http://www.tegger.com/hondafaq/online-parts.html
>
> However...
>
> Get a quote from a local Acura dealer. You will likely find that shipping
> and handling will cause the online price to equal or outweigh the price
> from a local dealer.
>
> Are you replacing the pan because of rust, or because the drain plug is
> stripped?
>
>

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Old 10 Mar 2008, 09:12 am
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"B.Creech" <bcreech61@nc.rr.com> wrote in
news:47d3f9d4$0$6509$4c368faf@roadrunner.com:

> Factory drain plug is/has been stripped for a long time. My mechanic
> has replaced the plug with the self threading replacement plug several
> times. For years now my mechanic known to be gentle with the drain
> plug. He always cranks the car while on the rack to check for leaks
> after oil gets hot. After my last oil change last week, he told me I
> should be thinking about replacing the oil pan since this replacement
> plug is getting suspect again..... told me to keep and eye on the plug
> for leaks. He said he had the largest replacement plug he could get
> in the pan now, was not sure another one would hold.




Honda's recommended fix for the stripped drain plug problem is a Time-Sert
threaded insert. This is NOT the same as a Heli-Coil!
http://www.time-sert.com/


>
> Oil pan gasket is leaking alot also......been putting off replacing
> it.



A new gasket is a LOT cheaper than a new pan! If you can have the old pan
fixed properly with a Time-Sert and a new gasket, you might be able to save
quite a bit of money.


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