Recent Topics
Loosing coolant from somewhere
by NICAT. 09/24/18 03:47 PM
2010 or so Ford Fusion Sport thoughts?
by ZZman. 09/24/18 03:35 PM
My boss killed his jeep.
by Chris142. 09/24/18 02:40 PM
Moly question about walmart oils
by jayjr1105. 09/24/18 02:33 PM
Questions About 9011 Bulbs
by knerml. 09/24/18 02:23 PM
Lubricant Additives - A Practical Guide
by wemay. 09/24/18 01:39 PM
Fram Ultra--Any Real Competition?
by IndyFan. 09/24/18 12:59 PM
Used generator price.
by Eddie. 09/24/18 11:55 AM
More energy concerns about Bitcoin
by OVERKILL. 09/24/18 10:01 AM
Soot loading from DI engines - Size of particles
by StevieC. 09/24/18 09:58 AM
New TV bad picture some channels
by raaizin. 09/24/18 09:35 AM
Crown Victoria HVAC repair
by emmett442. 09/24/18 08:44 AM
Newest Members
albert001, LG_Electronics, TCam, OzFrog, Kursk
66062 Registered Users
Who's Online Now
112 registered members (92saturnsl2, 53' Stude, 65convertible, 46Harry, 77GrandPrix, 12 invisible), 1,887 guests, and 33 spiders.
Key: Admin, Global Mod, Mod
Forum Statistics
Forums67
Topics290,952
Posts4,853,069
Members66,062
Most Online3,590
Jan 24th, 2017
Donate to BITOG
Previous Thread
Next Thread
Print Thread
Hop To
Need to replace oil pan in the odyessy, which? #4564017
11/04/17 02:56 PM
11/04/17 02:56 PM
Joined: Aug 2014
Posts: 362
AL,NC,TX,Germany,Korea,Italy
Timo325 Offline OP
Timo325  Offline OP
Joined: Aug 2014
Posts: 362
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!

Last edited by Timo325; 11/04/17 03:01 PM.

2011 Odyssey Touring Elite 80k mi. M1 EP, 0W-20, FU
2008 Mustang GT 81k mi. Edge EP (Gold) 5W-20, FU

Re: Need to replace oil pan in the oddyessy, which? [Re: Timo325] #4564021
11/04/17 03:01 PM
11/04/17 03:01 PM
Joined: Mar 2017
Posts: 5,471
Soviet State of Washington
PimTac Online content
PimTac  Online Content
Joined: Mar 2017
Posts: 5,471
Soviet State of Washington
I would go with OEM. What happened to the original pan?


2017 Mazda CX-5 Grand Touring

Valvoline Advanced Synthetic 0w20
Mobil 1 M108A EP filter

Re: Need to replace oil pan in the oddyessy, which? [Re: Timo325] #4564023
11/04/17 03:02 PM
11/04/17 03:02 PM
Joined: Mar 2014
Posts: 662
Twin Cities MN USA
Inspecktor Offline
Inspecktor  Offline
Joined: Mar 2014
Posts: 662
Twin Cities MN USA
I have a Dorman transmission pan on my Buick, no problems with fit and finish.


2001 Ranger 3.0 156,000 mi
2006 Dakota 4.7 155,000 mi
1986 GL1200A 72,500 mi
2001 Buick LeSabre Limited 291,500 mi
Re: Need to replace oil pan in the oddyessy, which? [Re: Timo325] #4564024
11/04/17 03:03 PM
11/04/17 03:03 PM
Joined: Aug 2014
Posts: 362
AL,NC,TX,Germany,Korea,Italy
Timo325 Offline OP
Timo325  Offline OP
Joined: Aug 2014
Posts: 362
AL,NC,TX,Germany,Korea,Italy
Thanks PimTac.

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


2011 Odyssey Touring Elite 80k mi. M1 EP, 0W-20, FU
2008 Mustang GT 81k mi. Edge EP (Gold) 5W-20, FU

Re: Need to replace oil pan in the oddyessy, which? [Re: Timo325] #4564028
11/04/17 03:06 PM
11/04/17 03:06 PM
Joined: Jan 2007
Posts: 17,501
Clovis, CA
Merkava_4 Offline
Merkava_4  Offline
Joined: Jan 2007
Posts: 17,501
Clovis, CA
Dorman is OK for nuts and bolts but I would never (if given the choice) buy a part from them.

Re: Need to replace oil pan in the oddyessy, which? [Re: Timo325] #4564046
11/04/17 03:25 PM
11/04/17 03:25 PM
Joined: Aug 2017
Posts: 559
MN
14Accent Offline
14Accent  Offline
Joined: Aug 2017
Posts: 559
MN
There's nothing wrong with a Dorman pan. Just use good quality sealant. Either "The Right Stuff" or OEM Honda-bond.


2013 Chevrolet Volt - Saves enough in fuel to pay for itself!

2003 Cadillac Seville STS - The winter "beater", it uses the Volt's fuel
Re: Need to replace oil pan in the oddyessy, which? [Re: Timo325] #4564061
11/04/17 03:44 PM
11/04/17 03:44 PM
Joined: Mar 2013
Posts: 4,784
The Midwest
skyactiv Online content
skyactiv  Online Content
Joined: Mar 2013
Posts: 4,784
The Midwest
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.


Wife: 15' Audi A4 quattro 6 speed manual
Me: 13' VW GTI 3 door 6 speed manual
Re: Need to replace oil pan in the oddyessy, which? [Re: Timo325] #4564068
11/04/17 03:50 PM
11/04/17 03:50 PM
Joined: Nov 2016
Posts: 1,278
WI
HoosierJeeper Offline
HoosierJeeper  Offline
Joined: Nov 2016
Posts: 1,278
WI
I've heard good things about Dorman pans, if there's a huge price difference I'd go dorman.


15 Jeep KL Limited V6: Formula Shell 5W20
07 LR3 SE V8: Maxlife 5W30
05 Jeep KJ Limited: PHM 5W30
96 Jeep XJ Country: STP HM 5W30 (winter)
Re: Need to replace oil pan in the oddyessy, which? [Re: Timo325] #4564132
11/04/17 05:22 PM
11/04/17 05:22 PM
Joined: Oct 2014
Posts: 3,904
Utah
CKN Online content
CKN  Online Content
Joined: Oct 2014
Posts: 3,904
Utah
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.

Re: Need to replace oil pan in the odyessy, which? [Re: Timo325] #4564216
11/04/17 06:50 PM
11/04/17 06:50 PM
Joined: Aug 2003
Posts: 2,496
DELAWARE
Hootbro Offline
Hootbro  Offline
Joined: Aug 2003
Posts: 2,496
DELAWARE
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.


2018 RAM 2500 Cummins 6.7L (Delvac 1300 15W-40)
2017 Jeep Renegade 2.4L (Idemitsu 0W-20)

Re: Need to replace oil pan in the oddyessy, which? [Re: Inspecktor] #4564248
11/04/17 07:31 PM
11/04/17 07:31 PM
Joined: Jan 2007
Posts: 17,501
Clovis, CA
Merkava_4 Offline
Merkava_4  Offline
Joined: Jan 2007
Posts: 17,501
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.

Re: Need to replace oil pan in the oddyessy, which? [Re: Timo325] #4564260
11/04/17 07:46 PM
11/04/17 07:46 PM
Joined: Mar 2008
Posts: 6,837
USA
slacktide_bitog Offline
slacktide_bitog  Offline
Joined: Mar 2008
Posts: 6,837
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.

Re: Need to replace oil pan in the oddyessy, which? [Re: Timo325] #4564417
11/05/17 12:08 AM
11/05/17 12:08 AM
Joined: Jul 2008
Posts: 461
Maryland USA
rubberchicken Offline
rubberchicken  Offline
Joined: Jul 2008
Posts: 461
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.

Re: Need to replace oil pan in the oddyessy, which? [Re: Timo325] #4564494
11/05/17 06:59 AM
11/05/17 06:59 AM
Joined: Jun 2002
Posts: 2,706
Southeastern USA
FowVay Offline
FowVay  Offline
Joined: Jun 2002
Posts: 2,706
Southeastern USA
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.


Quaker State across the board.

BOB IS THE OIL GUY® Powered by UBB.threads™