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Old 03-11-2012, 08:34 PM
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Alright guys , ran into a issue with a buddys car.

Ive searched for help and found nothing

Dumb **** took it to jiffy lube ... and the results =

They changed his oil and didnt put a crush washer in between the drain plug and oil pan and tightend it way to much. So anyways , i did a service on his car today ( plugs, coolant , trans etc.. ) . When it came to the oil change the drain plug was very tight when it came to drain it... their was no crusher washer and the threads from the oil pan came out with the drain plug..

SO... NOOWWWW.. were gonna change the oil pan. ( on order )

I know the sub-frame has to be dropped , etc..

The help i need is -

anyone have a thread link for a step by step diy ?
link to a service manual .. ?

anything would help.. thank you
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Old 03-11-2012, 10:53 PM
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Why didn't the buddy talk to Jiffy Lube about it?
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Old 03-11-2012, 11:21 PM
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theirs no proof that they did it... after the fact i pulled out the drain plug.
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Old 03-12-2012, 11:27 AM
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This might help you out. Sorry I coudlnt get the pictures from it Im working on that now.




Oil Pan Installation
1. Remove all of the old liquid gasket from the oil pan mating surfaces, bolts, and bolt holes.
2. Clean, and dry the oil pan mating surfaces.
3. Apply liquid gasket, P/N 08717-0004, 08718-0001, 08718-0002, 08718-0003, or 08718-0009, evenly to the lower engine block mating surface and to the inside edge of the bolt holes.

NOTE: Do not install components if tog much time has passed after applying the liquid gasket (for P/N 08718-0002, no more than 4 minutes, for all others, no more than 5 minutes). Instead, remove the old residue and reapply the liquid gasket.

4. Install the oil pan.
5. Tighten the bolts in two or three steps. In the final step, tighten all bolts, in sequence, to 12 Nm (1.2 kgf-m, 8.7 ft. lbs.). Wipe off the excess liquid gasket on the each side of crankshaft pulley and flywheel.
NOTE: ^ Wait at least 30 minutes before filling the engine with oil. ^ Do not run the engine for at least 3 hours after installing the oil pan.
6. Install the transmission mounting bolts (A) and clutch cover (B).
7. Install the lower torque rod bracket.
8. If the engine still in the vehicle, do the following steps.
9. Support the front subframe with the subframe adapter and a jack, and lift it up to the body.
10. Loosely install the new subframe mounting bolts.
11. Align all reference marks on the front subframe with the body, then tighten the bolts on the front subframe to the specified torque.
12. Remove the jack and front subframe adapter.
13. Tighten the new mid-stiffener mounting bolts on both side.
14. Lower the vehicle on the hoist.
15. Loosen the upper torque rod mounting bolt.
16. Raise the vehicle on the hoist.
17. Install the lower torque rod, then tighten the new lower torque rod mounting bolts in the numbered sequence shown.
18. Loosely tighten the new front mount mounting bolt.
19. Lower the vehicle on the hoist.
20. Tighten the upper torque rod mounting bolt.
21. Raise the vehicle on the hoist to full height.
22. Tighten the front mount mounting bolt.
23. Install the stiffener, then tighten the steering gearbox mounting bolt and stiffener mounting bolt. Install the harness clamp from the subframe.
24. Install the steering gearbox bracket. Install the stiffener, then tighten the steering gearbox mounting bolt and stiffener mounting bolt.
25. Connect the lower arms to the knuckles.
26. Connect the stabilizer links.
27. Install the splash shield.
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Those are the pictures. Hope it helps.
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thank you.. this kinda helped.

i was looking for the steps on taking the subframe out to get to the oil pan.

but thank you.. this helped out
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Old 03-13-2012, 08:06 AM
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This might be too late, but here you go.

NOTE:
- After loosening the subframe mounting bolts, be sure to replace them with new ones.
- When installing, align both installation reference holes in the subframe with both reference holes in the body using a screwdriver or tapered punch as a guide.
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Thanks man , that is what i was looking for.
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No prob, Glad I could help.
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Originally Posted by kartman5 View Post
This might be too late, but here you go.

NOTE:
- After loosening the subframe mounting bolts, be sure to replace them with new ones.
- When installing, align both installation reference holes in the subframe with both reference holes in the body using a screwdriver or tapered punch as a guide.
Why replace the bolts? I never had issues after loosening the bolts on my '08 Si.
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Old 03-15-2012, 10:14 AM
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SRS components are located in this area. Review the SRS component locations and the precautions and procedures before performing repairs or service.

Removal


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NOTICE: Be careful not to pull the bracket (A) on the front side of steering column out of its normal position. If the bracket accidentally comes out, replace the steering column as an assembly.

1. Make sure you have the anti-theft code for the radio or navigation system, then write down the audio presets.
2. Make sure the ignition switch is OFF, then disconnect the negative cable from the battery.
3. Remove the driver's airbag assembly and the steering wheel.
4. Remove the driver's dashboard under cover.
5. Remove the column covers.


Pic 2


6. Remove the steering joint cover A.
7. Release the tilt/telescopic lock lever, and adjust the steering column to full tilt up position, and to the full telescopic in position.
8. Tighten the tilt/telescopic lock lever.


Pic 3


9. Hold the lower slide shaft (A) on the column with a piece of wire (B) between the joint yoke (C) of the lower slide shaft and joint yoke (D) of the upper shaft to prevent the slider shaft from pulling out.
10. Release the tilt/telescopic lock lever, and adjust the steering column to the full telescopic out position, then tighten the tilt/telescopic lock lever.

NOTE: Do not release tilt/telescopic lock lever when removing the steering column from the frame.


Pic 4


11. Disconnect the wire harness connectors from the combination switch assembly and cable reel (A).
12. Remove the combination switch assembly from the steering column shaft by removing the three screws (B).
13. Disconnect the connectors from the ignition switch, and release the wire harness clips from the steering column.
14. Remove the steering joint bolt (C), then disconnect the steering joint (D) from the pinion shaft.
15. Remove the steering column (E) by removing the attaching nuts and bolts. If the lower slide shaft (F) is removed, slip it into the upper shaft (G) by aligning the paint or stamped marks (H).
16. Remove the center guide (I) (if equipped), and discard it. The center guide is for factory assembly only.

Installation
1. Install the steering column in the reverse order of removal, and note these items:
^ Make sure the wires are not caught or pinched by any parts.
^ Take care not to let the sliding capsules fall out of position during column installation.
2. Center the steering rack within its stroke in steering joint connection.


Pic 5


3. With the rack in the straight ahead driving position, cut the wire (A) and slip the lower end of the steering joint onto the pinion shaft (B) in the range shown.


Pic 6

4. Align the bolt hole (A) on the steering joint with the groove (B) around the pinion shaft, and loosely install the joint bolt (C). Be sure that the joint bolt is securely in the groove in the pinion shaft. Pull on the steering joint to make sure that the steering joint is fully seated. Tighten the steering joint bolt to the specified torque.


Pic 7


5. Install the steering joint cover A.
6. Install the steering wheel.
7. Install the column covers.
8. Install the driver's dashboard under cover.
9. Connect the negative battery cable.
^ Turn the ignition switch ON (II); the SRS indicator should come on for about 6 seconds and then go off.
^ Enter the anti-theft code for the radio or navigation system, then enter the audio presets.
^ Set the clock.
^ Verify cruise control, audio remote, navigation guide, and turn signal switch operation.
^ Make sure the steering wheel is centered.
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Thank you again man..
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Honda actually provides us with a special tool kit for Oil Pan drain plug repair, that is basically a Helicoil for stripped pans, a special TAP, Helicoil and install Driver, as well as a new, of course thinner Drain plug with the same 17mm Head. If you ask you nearest dealer, they can probably order you one or at least give you the thread pitches so you can use your own tools. its actually much more convenient.
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Thanks man , my boy ended up buying the
Pan from honda.. So were just gonna replace it sunday.
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Originally Posted by spoonfed*ek9 View Post
Thanks man , my boy ended up buying the
Pan from honda.. So were just gonna replace it sunday.
ok so Iíve replaced my oil pan. Changed the oil and oil filter. And the lower rear mount that attatches into the oil pan. The one mount in front to the subframe is bad and needs to be replaced. But in time. Right now I just got the immobilizer reset. But it makes a weird loud vibrating noise driving down the road. My oil like comes on randomly. So maybe a sensor problem? I donít know. It can come on when I slow down and the oil shifts in the pan maybe? Any ideas?

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Originally Posted by lolv8s View Post
ok so Iíve replaced my oil pan. Changed the oil and oil filter. And the lower rear mount that attatches into the oil pan. The one mount in front to the subframe is bad and needs to be replaced. But in time. Right now I just got the immobilizer reset. But it makes a weird vibrating noise driving down the road. Any ideas?
my other oil pan broke and there were small pieces stuck in the oil pan on the bottom. Just to let you know. But I donít think they were sucked up into the oil pickup because I checked if there was any pieces to see.
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