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Old 12-28-2009, 01:58 PM   #51
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So I just did this on my SH... I'd like to start off by saying that you better have some nice tools and a lot of patience. The procedure itself was simple, but the cooler is upside down on the top of the motor so that made things extra fun.

I put the bolt through the cooler with the new gasket already in place... I had to hold it with my finger and carefully guide it into place while simultaneously putting the cooler into place. After that I held the cooler still while twisting the bolt to where it was snug enough to hold everything still, then I tightened the whole thing from the top.

This was all done from the bottom of the car... I have skinny arms so that helped.

Rep either way though! My gasket fell apart too, and oil was everywhere.
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Old 12-28-2009, 02:42 PM   #52
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^ I don't assume you took any pics, did you? It'd be cool to add pics for the SH owners to this.
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Old 12-28-2009, 03:18 PM   #53
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U guys! What if I have an aftermarket adapter for my oil cooler? That thing is leaking like a muther fucker and idk if its the adapter or the o-ring or the housing. Help me please.
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i have an sh too and thats why i had to put gasket sealer on the o-ring since it had to go upside down and it kept falling haha.
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U guys! What if I have an aftermarket adapter for my oil cooler? That thing is leaking like a muther fucker and idk if its the adapter or the o-ring or the housing. Help me please.
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What kind of aftermarket adapter? Does it fit directly into the place of the OE unit?
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^ I don't assume you took any pics, did you? It'd be cool to add pics for the SH owners to this.
I'll probably take a video when I jack it up and clean down there... A pic wouldn't show too much unless I showed how to get there exactly, because it looks like a clusterfuck from the angle I was at especially since it's all covered in oil. I'll also take pics of the tools I used as well.

The write up is pretty much on point for the SH, the trick is just getting the new gasket to stay put and not fall off when you're re-attatching.
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dam this year for 5th gen suck..since a lot of you are have the same oil leaks at the same time..mine just leak today...found a load shit of oil in my garage. Fuck winters, its -10 in Wisconsin. hopefully its the o-ring, because i just fix mine rear main seal last year.

By the way..do they sell o-ring at auto part store rather then at the dealership. Its Sunday tomorrow so Honda wont be open.
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By the way..do they sell o-ring at auto part store rather then at the dealership. Its Sunday tomorrow so Honda wont be open.

google only came back with sandwich plates and a gasket for adding a plate to the filter..... So i'd say its a dealer only item.
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google only came back with sandwich plates and a gasket for adding a plate to the filter..... So i'd say its a dealer only item.
For those who have bought it from honda..do they have in stock..or do i have to specially order it from them.. cause i want to fix this as soon as possible.
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dam this year for 5th gen suck..since a lot of you are have the same oil leaks at the same time..mine just leak today...found a load shit of oil in my garage. Fuck winters, its -10 in Wisconsin. hopefully its the o-ring, because i just fix mine rear main seal last year.

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For those who have bought it from honda..do they have in stock..or do i have to specially order it from them.. cause i want to fix this as soon as possible.
You may be able to use a universal, but it would basically require you to take the old one off and bring it into the store. Others claimed to have used gasket maker with success, although personally I'd rather put my trust in the O-ring. When I bought mine, they had it in stock. If you're going to get it from Honda, just call the dealership first and save yourself the trip if they don't have it.
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Old 01-04-2010, 09:40 AM   #61
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You will need a 30MM (1/2" drive) socket. I bought mine at Sears (Craftsman FTW).gl



91316-PT6-003 O-RING (62.4X3.1) this WAS the part# before it was 'superceded' to
Replaced by: 91316-PE7-730

91316-PE7-730 O-RING (62.4X3.1)
list is $2.52
How the fuck did your O-RING is so cheap????

Bought Mine today at Ken Vance Honda Here in EC, Wisconsin for $6.37

I think that is a rip off for a stupid rubber O-RING. I Don't know if price is a factor where you live but that is the price i pay for.
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I think i still have pics of when i did it on my sh. but really crappy pictures =(.
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Off top but i was wondering if water in cold weather is the cause for the O-RING to crack..(frooze or freeze) because i wash my car ever other day to insure there no salt on it to prevent from rusting, since drive my car in the winter.
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Off top but i was wondering if water in cold weather is the cause for the O-RING to crack..(frooze or freeze) because i wash my car ever other day to insure there no salt on it to prevent from rusting, since drive my car in the winter.
I'm just going to say no. The only reason the o-ring would crack is when it's lived past it's life expectancy and dried out. Mine died at 177,xxx miles.
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Thanks to the original poster!!! Easy fix!! 3 bucks later dry as can be!
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Off top but i was wondering if water in cold weather is the cause for the O-RING to crack..(frooze or freeze) because i wash my car ever other day to insure there no salt on it to prevent from rusting, since drive my car in the winter.
Funny though mine happened this week when the car sat for 7 days still in sub zero temps. But I am sure that it was combination age and being dry for the week.
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Funny though mine happened this week when the car sat for 7 days still in sub zero temps. But I am sure that it was combination age and being dry for the week.
Cold weather alone won't cause them to fail but it will make rubber more brittle. My GF's air suspension went out, my o-ring and many others are going out, and so on. So if you're o-ring is on its way out then the odds are pretty good it may totally fail during the winter.

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ive just noticed that im dripping oil slightly, causing my ass end to be covered in oil sut from the blow back, i have yet to climb under my sh, but this is kinda sounding like the suspect...anyone else notice the blow back on there rear bumper?...and repped.
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ive just noticed that im dripping oil slightly, causing my ass end to be covered in oil sut from the blow back, i have yet to climb under my sh, but this is kinda sounding like the suspect...anyone else notice the blow back on there rear bumper?...and repped.
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Although by blowback do you mean black soot that accumulates on the rear bumper? If so it could be caused by your car running very rich or burning oil.
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yeah, the black soot is all over my rear bumper, i was thinking it was being blown back from an oil drip...i could be burning oil, or yeah it could be running rich. i have noticed a strong exhaust smell when its idleing...
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dam this year for 5th gen suck..since a lot of you are have the same oil leaks at the same time..mine just leak today...found a load shit of oil in my garage. Fuck winters, its -10 in Wisconsin. hopefully its the o-ring, because i just fix mine rear main seal last year.

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You may be able to use a universal, but it would basically require you to take the old one off and bring it into the store. Others claimed to have used gasket maker with success, although personally I'd rather put my trust in the O-ring. When I bought mine, they had it in stock. If you're going to get it from Honda, just call the dealership first and save yourself the trip if they don't have it.



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ODYSSEY 95-98
PRELUDE 88-91
PRELUDE 92-96
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62.4X3.1 you can go into a parts store and see if they have a corresponding o-ring, but honestly I've stopped buying anything from parts store. Everything from 02 sensors to valve gaskets and all the simple stuff that should last never does when I buy from wholesalers like Advance Auto. After reverting back to buying from Honda directly my overall consumption in repair parts has dropped, just because everything has lasted longer.
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