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Old 06-02-2017, 03:11 PM Thread Starter
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Drain plug seal washers?

So I'll be needing my first oil change soon, and the manual says to replace the drain plug seal washer, but doesn't give a part number or size needed (unless I'm overlooking that somewhere).

I found K&N filters (thanks to another post here), but am lost on the washers.
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Old 06-02-2017, 03:59 PM
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Here it is

WASHER, DRAIN PLUG (12MM)
94109-12000

http://www.hondapartshouse.com/oempa...l-pan-oil-pump

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Old 06-02-2017, 04:38 PM
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So I'll be needing my first oil change soon, and the manual says to replace the drain plug seal washer, but doesn't give a part number or size needed (unless I'm overlooking that somewhere).

I found K&N filters (thanks to another post here), but am lost on the washers.

Not sure on the washers. can't find the bag with the part number, but I know they are 0.65 each at honda
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Reusing washers is not unheard of, I do it myself. Just check for drippage before and after your first use following the oil change.

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Part #s aren't usually listed in the manual, Honda dealer knows all the #s
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Old 09-20-2017, 04:41 PM
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I changed my oil last night... only to discover the shop didn't even bother to put on a drain plug washer when they changed the oil a few months ago. I didn't have any issues with leaking or seepage the last time around, so I put it back on sans-washer. Am I going to regret this down the road?
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I changed my oil last night... only to discover the shop didn't even bother to put on a drain plug washer when they changed the oil a few months ago. I didn't have any issues with leaking or seepage the last time around, so I put it back on sans-washer. Am I going to regret this down the road?
Canuck,

You are not going to regret not having the sealing washer if it doesn't leak.

If it leaks you have to drain the oil and start over.

Any motorcycle shop will have the crush washers, I think they only come in 2 sizes, and if you tell the parts clerk that it is a Honda with the CB engine he will fix you up.

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Old 09-21-2017, 10:39 AM
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Canuck,

You are not going to regret not having the sealing washer if it doesn't leak.

If it leaks you have to drain the oil and start over.

Any motorcycle shop will have the crush washers, I think they only come in 2 sizes, and if you tell the parts clerk that it is a Honda with the CB engine he will fix you up.

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I sent the dealer an email wondering why it was omitted after I had it in the shop -- looks like they just forgot. She couldn't really give me a straight up answer as they have literally hundreds of them on the parts shelf.

Anyhoo, they're mailing me a freebie for the next time I change it up. I think the stamp costs more than the crush washer!
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I sent the dealer an email wondering why it was omitted after I had it in the shop -- looks like they just forgot. She couldn't really give me a straight up answer as they have literally hundreds of them on the parts shelf.

Anyhoo, they're mailing me a freebie for the next time I change it up. I think the stamp costs more than the crush washer!
Canuck,

Keep an eye on the drain plug, but if it is not leaking now chances are you will be OK.

I usually park my bikes in the garage with a piece of newspaper underneath so I can see any kind of leak easily.

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