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Old 07 Oct 2009, 06:01 pm
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Default Replacing oil pan on D17A2 Honda Civic engine.?

I was told by a Honda technician that I do not need an oil pan gasket when I replace the old one. So what is used instead?
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Old 07 Oct 2009, 06:16 pm
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Perhaps a gasket like material is a part of the new pan's mounting flange.
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