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#4564017 - 11/04/17 02:56 PM Need to replace oil pan in the odyessy, which?
Timo325 Offline


Registered: 08/31/14
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Loc: AL,NC,TX,Germany,Korea,Italy
As the subject line suggests I need to replace the oil pan in the 2011 Odyssey Touring Elite.

Should I go OEM on this or get something like a Dorman 264-380.

I really value your input on this as I'm worried the non-OEM will not hold up or fit right.

Anyone have experience with this?

Thank You!


Edited by Timo325 (11/04/17 03:01 PM)
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#4564021 - 11/04/17 03:01 PM Re: Need to replace oil pan in the oddyessy, which? [Re: Timo325]
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I would go with OEM. What happened to the original pan?
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#4564023 - 11/04/17 03:02 PM Re: Need to replace oil pan in the oddyessy, which? [Re: Timo325]
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I have a Dorman transmission pan on my Buick, no problems with fit and finish.
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#4564024 - 11/04/17 03:03 PM Re: Need to replace oil pan in the oddyessy, which? [Re: Timo325]
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Thanks PimTac.

Cracked it putting an aftermarket plug in it. Not a Fumoto.
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#4564028 - 11/04/17 03:06 PM Re: Need to replace oil pan in the oddyessy, which? [Re: Timo325]
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Dorman is OK for nuts and bolts but I would never (if given the choice) buy a part from them.

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#4564046 - 11/04/17 03:25 PM Re: Need to replace oil pan in the oddyessy, which? [Re: Timo325]
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There's nothing wrong with a Dorman pan. Just use good quality sealant. Either "The Right Stuff" or OEM Honda-bond.
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#4564061 - 11/04/17 03:44 PM Re: Need to replace oil pan in the oddyessy, which? [Re: Timo325]
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An OEM oil pan is $80. Go to a dealer and if they wanna charge you full tilt MSRP, tell them you can buy one from a dealer that does online sales for $80; if you can match the price, I'll buy one today.
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#4564068 - 11/04/17 03:50 PM Re: Need to replace oil pan in the oddyessy, which? [Re: Timo325]
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I've heard good things about Dorman pans, if there's a huge price difference I'd go dorman.
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#4564132 - 11/04/17 05:22 PM Re: Need to replace oil pan in the oddyessy, which? [Re: Timo325]
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Originally Posted By: Timo325
Thanks PimTac.

Cracked it putting an aftermarket plug in it. Not a Fumoto.



You get a pass on BITOG because your not a dealer-otherwise this thread would be 6 pages long about how incompetent someone else is cracking the oil pan.

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#4564216 - 11/04/17 06:50 PM Re: Need to replace oil pan in the odyessy, which? [Re: Timo325]
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Registered: 08/25/03
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I have used Dorman oil and transmission pans with good results. Only advise is you have the time is fully temp install the pan dry for a day to get and flex memory out of the stamping and the bolt holes to mount up. Doing it with a 15 minute tack cure with RTV already on the pan and getting the holes to align and bolts inserted can be a pain.
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#4564248 - 11/04/17 07:31 PM Re: Need to replace oil pan in the oddyessy, which? [Re: Inspecktor]
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Registered: 01/30/07
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Loc: Clovis, CA
Originally Posted By: Inspecktor
I have a Dorman transmission pan on my Buick, no problems with fit and finish.


Maybe their oil pans are OK, but I watched a guy on YouTube installing a Dorman made lower intake manifold on his Buick 3800. The V-angle of the lower intake manifold did not match the cylinder heads. The part did not seal and caused a huge internal leak. Oil pan was full of coolant.

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#4564260 - 11/04/17 07:46 PM Re: Need to replace oil pan in the oddyessy, which? [Re: Timo325]
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Registered: 03/20/08
Posts: 6182
Loc: USA
You could probably get one from the junkyard at a good price. Oil pans don't normally go bad smile

OEM is probably better than Dorman, but I recommend Dorman pans for transmissions that don't have a drain plug because Dorman includes one. If the OEM pan has a drain plug, or for any engine oil pan, get OEM.

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#4564417 - 11/05/17 12:08 AM Re: Need to replace oil pan in the oddyessy, which? [Re: Timo325]
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Registered: 07/07/08
Posts: 399
Loc: Maryland USA
is the original pan a stamped steel pan, or a cast aluminum pan ? I can see the cast pans being significantly higher priced. I am not suggesting they are interchangeable though.
How good a shape is the Honda ? If its in real good shape and you want to keep it long term, then that might give you more justification for the OEM.

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#4564494 - 11/05/17 05:59 AM Re: Need to replace oil pan in the oddyessy, which? [Re: Timo325]
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It appears to be a cast aluminum pan. The OEM can be had for $80 mail-order (Bernardi or other on-line wholesaler) and RockAuto has a Spectre (the radiator people) version for $53.00.

I have replaced the oil pan on a Toyota Camry and I chose to go OEM. If I were to do it again I'd get the aftermarket pan and save the cost difference. Often the aftermarket will have a drain plug/gasket while the OEM will be only the pan.

For ref: Honda P/N 11200-RN0-A01 or 11200-5MH-A00. I don't know the difference but these are the two part numbers that come up on Honda's parts catalog.
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