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Oil Pan repair.

Discussion in 'General Tech and Maintenance' started by ovcrash, Aug 7, 2003.

  1. ovcrash

    ovcrash Senior Member

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    Is it possible to repair a small hole in a oil pan? is there a way? Because i don't have the money to change it. And the hole is really really smal, but leaks a little bit. So is there a way, or something i could do to repair it?
     
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    Loco Honkey Banned

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    JB Weld.
     
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    ovcrash Senior Member

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    Please explain this?
     
  4. Trinity

    Trinity <font color=#FF909B><b>I go back like Aqua Net.</b

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    go to advanced or a place like that. ask for jb weld or jb quick. its this great stuff that you mix together to form a everlasting bond
     
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    Ok! Thanks alot man..
    Thanks alot for the help! :)
     
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    Trinity <font color=#FF909B><b>I go back like Aqua Net.</b

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    its ok

    ~ megan ( see..... not a man)
     
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    yeah JB is good, but I would also consider finding out exactly where the oil is coming and then go from there.


    Milan
     
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    JB weld is good or you could have someone with a welder do a quick little weld on it and it would be good for a while
     
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    you can get this shit from the dealer called hondabond no shitting! my friend chipped a piece off his tranny and sealed it with hondabond.
     
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    That's assuming you have the piece.

    As for where the oil is coming from, he said he has a small hole in the pan. So, I would tend to think that the oil is coming from that hole. Weld it? Sure. But he's looking for cheap. A $5 tube of JB Weld is cheaper than $15 to spot the hole with a welder, and if you're really going to do it right, get a new oil pan.
     
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