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    Default Honda City Oil Chamber / Pan required

    Hi All,
    I need to get a oil chamber for my City (2007), some people also call it oil pan. Is there any place in Lahore other than bilal ganj or montgomery road from where i can get a genuine oil chamber. I could always go to honda but there part price is atleast 50 percent more than the market price. So i was thinking of getting my own part and getting it replaced from Honda.

    Please help, i need to get it replaced urgently.

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    did u hit the car from below by any chance
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    y dont u compare from part shops and purchase. i believe u urself named the right places.
    compare prices and buy
    Life is short and very unpredictable just like a Quarter mile .....

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    No, actually the bolt from where you drain the oil has slipped. An over sized nut was tried to put in place by making new grooves but the oil leaks when it is hot. So the final solution is to get the oil chamber replaced.
    Actually i need it urgently and didnt have time to go to bilal gunj so was wondering if i can get a genuine one from some place else.
    FJ

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    Guys, one more question. I have been told that new one is not needed and existing oil pan can be repaired to put in new threads for the bolt. How safe is this, should i get the current one repaired, is it a risk of leakage in the future ?
    FJ

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    bxt is to get a new pan, repair always have leak chances.

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    here iz my suggestion, take off the oil sump, take it to the denter, tell him to jhand out the old threads and weld the good quality 17mm nut in place and then grind the rough edges to give it really nice smooth finish and use alumunium washer with the bolt, will work under Rs.300.

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    Quote Originally Posted by mahmood View Post
    here iz my suggestion, take off the oil sump, take it to the denter, tell him to jhand out the old threads and weld the good quality 17mm nut in place and then grind the rough edges to give it really nice smooth finish and use alumunium washer with the bolt, will work under Rs.300.
    Generally many have told me that it can be repaired but i am confused. You mentioned about welding, you mean to say that the old portion of the hole with threads will be removed and a new one will be welded to the pan ?
    Wouldnt that make the oil pan weaker, it was my understanding that this oil pan is imported and consists of a special alloy (i have been told by someone who has a factory and supplies parts to honda, he has got a contract from honda).
    How long of a job do you think it is, getting the current one repaired.
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    yaar about getting the pane weak, i really dont know, sometimes heating weakens it, and definately other times it strenthen the metal, as in case of swords and scissors and stuff u know, any ways i would hardly take denter 15 minutes for the job, if you can manage removing the sump yourself i would recommed youshould do it at home and take sump to any denter, that what i should've done if ..........

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    It's too old thread i know... but unfortunately i am facing the same problem in my Honda city 2008.. The chamber oil is leaking slowly, but annoying me. Please help me guys with ur valuable suggestions. . Some people have suggested me to apply magic depoxy.. to repair the leakage.. because the new chamber is costing 15-17 K from HONDA 3S Dealers... Please help

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