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2000 Honda Accord Engine Cylinder Head Gasket 4 Cyl 2.3L Victor Gaskets

P311-5AD8980    54216  New

9958 PT-1 , 12251-P0A-004 , HG33662 , 035-1941 , 12251-PAA-A01 , 12251-PAA-A02

Qty:
$41.85
Victor Gaskets Engine Cylinder Head Gasket
  • Engine Cylinder Head Gasket
  • ; Multi-Layered Steel
  • Product Attributes:
    • Additional Package Contents: Head Gasket
    • Cylinder Bore Diameter:
      • 3.45
      • 87.53
    • Cylinder Head Gasket Material: Multi-layered Steel
    • Gasket Sealant Included: No
    • Item Grade: Oem Standard
    • Material: Multi-layered Steel
    • Package Quantity: 1
    • Thickness:
      • 0.01
      • 0.25
    • Torque To Yield: Yes
  • MAHLE® gaskets provide world class sealing products trusted by OEMs & Technicians around the globe.
Brand: Victor Gaskets
Additional Fitment Information:
Vehicle Block Engine CID CC
2000 - Honda Accord L 4 Cyl 2.3L - 2254
Victor Gaskets
2008 Honda Odyssey Engine Cylinder Head Gasket 6 Cyl 3.5L Victor Gaskets

P311-251F030    54578  New

12251-RDJ-A01 , 12581780 , 26265 PT , 12251-PVJ-A01

Qty:
$38.19
Victor Gaskets Engine Cylinder Head Gasket
  • Engine Cylinder Head Gasket
  • ; Multi-Layered Steel
  • Product Attributes:
    • Additional Package Contents: Head Gasket
    • Cylinder Bore Diameter:
      • 3.53
      • 89.71
    • Cylinder Head Gasket Material: Multi-layered Steel
    • Gasket Sealant Included: No
    • Item Grade: Oem Standard
    • Material: Multi-layered Steel
    • Package Quantity: 1
    • Thickness:
      • 0.05
      • 1.37
    • Torque To Yield: Yes
  • MAHLE® gaskets provide world class sealing products trusted by OEMs & Technicians around the globe.
  • Suggested Purchase Quantity: 2
    • Most jobs typically require 2 of this item.
Brand: Victor Gaskets
Additional Fitment Information:
Vehicle Engine Designation Block Engine CID CC
2008 - Honda Odyssey J35A6 V 6 Cyl 3.5L - 3471
Victor Gaskets
1994 Honda Civic Engine Cylinder Head Gasket 4 Cyl 1.5L Victor Gaskets

P311-2D7DE01    5731  New

HG33080 , 12251-PM5-S01 , 9123 PT , 12251-PM5-S02 , 12251-PM3-003 , 26320 PT

Qty:
$24.34
Victor Gaskets Engine Cylinder Head Gasket
  • Engine Cylinder Head Gasket
  • ; Graphite
  • Product Attributes:
    • Additional Package Contents: Head Gasket
    • Cylinder Bore Diameter:
      • 2.99
      • 75.95
    • Cylinder Head Gasket Material: Graphite
    • Gasket Sealant Included: No
    • Item Grade: Oem Standard
    • Material: Composite
    • Package Quantity: 1
    • Thickness:
      • 0.05
      • 1.27
  • MAHLE® gaskets provide world class sealing products trusted by OEMs & Technicians around the globe.
Brand: Victor Gaskets
Additional Fitment Information:
Vehicle Engine Designation Block Engine CID CC
1994 - Honda Civic D15Z1 L 4 Cyl 1.5L - 1493
Victor Gaskets
1993 Honda Civic del Sol Engine Cylinder Head Gasket 4 Cyl 1.6L Victor Gaskets

P311-0E109D7    54234  New

035-1971 , 12251-P08-004 , 9915 PT , 12251-PDN-A01 , 12251-P2J-004 , 0351938

Qty:
$42.61
Victor Gaskets Engine Cylinder Head Gasket
  • Engine Cylinder Head Gasket
  • ; Multi-Layered Steel
  • Product Attributes:
    • Additional Package Contents: Head Gasket
    • Cylinder Bore Diameter:
      • 2.99
      • 75.95
    • Cylinder Head Gasket Material: Multi-layered Steel
    • Gasket Sealant Included: No
    • Item Grade: Oem Standard
    • Material: Multi-layered Steel
    • Package Quantity: 1
    • Thickness:
      • 0.03
      • 0.71
  • MAHLE® gaskets provide world class sealing products trusted by OEMs & Technicians around the globe.
Brand: Victor Gaskets
Additional Fitment Information:
Vehicle Block Engine CID CC
1993 - Honda Civic del Sol L 4 Cyl 1.6L 98 1588
Victor Gaskets
2003 Honda Civic Engine Cylinder Head Gasket 4 Cyl 1.7L Victor Gaskets

P311-217D0F9    54459  New

12251-PLC-004 , 26236 PT , 12251-PLC-003

Qty:
$30.56
Victor Gaskets Engine Cylinder Head Gasket
  • Engine Cylinder Head Gasket
  • ; Multi-Layered Steel
  • Product Attributes:
    • Additional Package Contents: Head Gasket
    • Cylinder Bore Diameter:
      • 2.99
      • 75.95
    • Cylinder Head Gasket Material: Multi-layered Steel
    • Gasket Sealant Included: No
    • Item Grade: Oem Standard
    • Material: Multi-layered Steel
    • Package Quantity: 1
    • Thickness:
      • 0.03
      • 0.69
  • MAHLE® gaskets provide world class sealing products trusted by OEMs & Technicians around the globe.
Brand: Victor Gaskets
Additional Fitment Information:
Vehicle Block Engine CID CC
2003 - Honda Civic L 4 Cyl 1.7L - 1700
Ishino Stone
2003 Honda Pilot Engine Cylinder Head Gasket Ishino Stone

P311-3C96FDC    W0133-1708508  New

Qty:
$58.55
Ishino Stone Engine Cylinder Head Gasket
  • This Original Equipment Manufacturer part is the same part that was made & installed by the car manufacturer at the factory where the car was produced.
Brand: Ishino Stone
Additional Fitment Information:
Vehicle
2003 - Honda Pilot
Genuine
2000 Honda Odyssey Engine Cylinder Head Gasket Genuine

P311-4D83A97    W0133-1708508  New

Qty:
$71.94
Genuine Engine Cylinder Head Gasket
  • This Original Equipment Manufacturer part is the same part that was made & installed by the car manufacturer at the factory where the car was produced.
Brand: Genuine
Additional Fitment Information:
Vehicle
2000 - Honda Odyssey
Ishino Stone
2004 Honda Civic Engine Cylinder Head Gasket 4 Cyl 1.7L Ishino Stone

P311-54D6207    W0133-1713012  New

Qty:
$30.71
Ishino Stone Engine Cylinder Head Gasket
  • This Original Equipment Manufacturer part is the same part that was made & installed by the car manufacturer at the factory where the car was produced.
Brand: Ishino Stone
Additional Fitment Information:
Vehicle Block Engine CID CC
2004 - Honda Civic L 4 Cyl 1.7L - 1700
Ishino Stone
2004 Honda Civic Engine Cylinder Head Gasket 4 Cyl 2.0L Ishino Stone

P311-2B7BC27    W0133-1710513  New

Qty:
$40.51
Ishino Stone Engine Cylinder Head Gasket
  • This Original Equipment Manufacturer part is the same part that was made & installed by the car manufacturer at the factory where the car was produced.
Brand: Ishino Stone
Additional Fitment Information:
Vehicle Submodel Block Engine CID CC
2004 - Honda Civic Si L 4 Cyl 2.0L 122 1998
Ishino Stone
2000 Honda Civic Engine Cylinder Head Gasket Ishino Stone

P311-0D6D382    W0133-1622374  New

Qty:
$40.82
Ishino Stone Engine Cylinder Head Gasket
  • This Original Equipment Manufacturer part is the same part that was made & installed by the car manufacturer at the factory where the car was produced.
Brand: Ishino Stone
Additional Fitment Information:
Vehicle Fuel Type Cylinder Head Type
2000 - Honda Civic GAS SOHC
Nippon Reinz
2000 Honda Civic Engine Cylinder Head Gasket Nippon Reinz

P311-3BC9869    W0133-1623474  New

Qty:
$80.49
Nippon Reinz Engine Cylinder Head Gasket
  • This Original Equipment Manufacturer part is the same part that was made & installed by the car manufacturer at the factory where the car was produced.
Brand: Nippon Reinz
Additional Fitment Information:
Vehicle Cylinder Head Type
2000 - Honda Civic DOHC
Nippon Reinz
1995 Honda Civic del Sol Engine Cylinder Head Gasket Nippon Reinz

P311-3BC9869    W0133-1623474  New

Qty:
$80.49
Nippon Reinz Engine Cylinder Head Gasket
  • This Original Equipment Manufacturer part is the same part that was made & installed by the car manufacturer at the factory where the car was produced.
  • ; - This listing applies to Civic del Sol VTEC models with the B16A3 (DOHC) engine.
Brand: Nippon Reinz
Additional Fitment Information:
Vehicle Cylinder Head Type
1995 - Honda Civic del Sol DOHC
Nippon Reinz
1997 Honda Civic del Sol Engine Cylinder Head Gasket Nippon Reinz

P311-3BC9869    W0133-1623474  New

Qty:
$80.49
Nippon Reinz Engine Cylinder Head Gasket
  • This Original Equipment Manufacturer part is the same part that was made & installed by the car manufacturer at the factory where the car was produced.
  • ; - This listing applies to Civic del Sol VTEC models with the B16A2 (DOHC) engine.
Brand: Nippon Reinz
Additional Fitment Information:
Vehicle Cylinder Head Type
1997 - Honda Civic del Sol DOHC
Elring
2001 Honda CR-V Engine Cylinder Head Gasket Elring

P311-082BA2C    W0133-1621543  New

Qty:
$77.23
Elring Engine Cylinder Head Gasket
  • Multi-Layered Steel
Brand: Elring
Additional Fitment Information:
Vehicle
2001 - Honda CR-V
Mahle
2000 Honda CR-V Engine Cylinder Head Gasket Mahle

P311-026B1A2    W0133-1621543  New

Qty:
$92.38
Mahle Engine Cylinder Head Gasket
  • Multi-Layered Steel
Brand: Mahle
Additional Fitment Information:
Vehicle
2000 - Honda CR-V
Ishino Stone
2007 Honda Ridgeline Engine Cylinder Head Gasket Ishino Stone

P311-250BD45    W0133-1709812  New

Qty:
$28.04
Ishino Stone Engine Cylinder Head Gasket
  • This Original Equipment Manufacturer part is the same part that was made & installed by the car manufacturer at the factory where the car was produced.
Brand: Ishino Stone
Additional Fitment Information:
Vehicle
2007 - Honda Ridgeline
Ishino Stone
2007 Honda Pilot Engine Cylinder Head Gasket Ishino Stone

P311-250BD45    W0133-1709812  New

Qty:
$28.04
Ishino Stone Engine Cylinder Head Gasket
  • This Original Equipment Manufacturer part is the same part that was made & installed by the car manufacturer at the factory where the car was produced.
  • ; For models made in Canada.
Brand: Ishino Stone
Additional Fitment Information:
Vehicle Drive Type
2007 - Honda Pilot AWD
Ishino Stone
2011 Honda Civic Engine Cylinder Head Gasket 4 Cyl 1.8L Ishino Stone

P311-28213C6    W0133-1979285  New

Qty:
$40.13
Ishino Stone Engine Cylinder Head Gasket
  • This Original Equipment Manufacturer part is the same part that was made & installed by the car manufacturer at the factory where the car was produced.
Brand: Ishino Stone
Additional Fitment Information:
Vehicle Block Engine CID CC
2011 - Honda Civic L 4 Cyl 1.8L - 1799
Mahle
2019 Honda HR-V Engine Cylinder Head Gasket Mahle

P311-3996B92    W0133-1979285  New

Qty:
$67.57
Mahle Engine Cylinder Head Gasket
Brand: Mahle
Additional Fitment Information:
Vehicle
2019 - Honda HR-V
Victor Reinz
2012 Honda Civic Engine Cylinder Head Gasket 4 Cyl 1.8L Victor Reinz

P311-4ED7EA7    W0133-1979285  New

Qty:
$69.15
Victor Reinz Engine Cylinder Head Gasket
  • Multi-Layered Steel
Brand: Victor Reinz
Additional Fitment Information:
Vehicle Block Engine CID CC
2012 - Honda Civic L 4 Cyl 1.8L - 1799

Latest Honda Repair and Head Gasket Installation Advice

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Compression Test and Blown Head Gasket on Honda Civic?

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Question From sirjinx on Compression Test and Blown Head Gasket on Honda Civic?

Hello Everyone. I am new to the forum.

I have a 2002 Honda Civic LX with 1.7L engine.

The car overheated probably due to a radiator problem (separate issue).

I wanted to see if the head gasket was blown so I put in a compression tester and these are the results. But this is my first time running a compression test so I'm not sure because of the cylinders being not exactly the same pressure. I wanted your opinion on whether you think the head gasket is blown or a valve problem or something else???

DRY TEST

Cylinder 1: 122
Cylinder 2: 140
Cylinder 3: 122
Cylinder 4: 150

WET TEST

Cylinder 1: 165
Cylinder 2: 145
Cylinder 3: 150
Cylinder 4: 145

There are no other symptoms for a blown gasket. No water in the oil. No smoke. Just the car running hot (which there is absolutely a radiator problem and I am replacing the radiator).

Response From Hammer Time

Head gaskets don't usually show up with a compression test. You need to do a pressure and chemical test on the cooling system.

Response From sirjinx Top Rated Answer

I wish I had the tools to do what you said but I do not. I only have a compression tester. What is the purpose of a compression test? I've read online that many people use it to diagnose a blown gasket (looking for 30% loss in compression in certain cylinders).

Are these online mechanics wrong?

Response From Hammer Time

No, they are just overlooking the fact that is has to be severe to show up that way and that is not the commonly accepted test for a blown head gasket. If you're not equipped to handle the job, that pretty much means someone else has to do it. I would love to perform brain surgery but I don't have the training or the equipment to do that either.

Response From sirjinx

Head gaskets aren't brain surgery dude.

Response From Hammer Time

That's how you talk to someone trying to help you, huh?


edit: Previous post from sirjinx was edited after post was locked.

COMETIC "MLS" head Gaskets....What ya know???

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Question From ratrace2 on COMETIC "MLS" head Gaskets....What ya know???

I was wondering if anyone could tell me about this stuff???

Head Gaskets, for a Honda, they are called Multi-layered steel gaskets........really tuff and compensate for the "sheer" that happens between cast iron blocks and aluminium heads????.........don't know?????

The Lady said: link deleted......not allowed

"Yes sir we do have a gasket for you. This gasket goes for $93.99 per gasket. it will be part numbers H1692040s, and H1693040S"

Would my friend, a buddy with a Honda that has a blown head gasket and I'm fixing it, do better with this or just get the Fel-pro for less..............way lesssssssssssssssssssssssssssssss.......

Maybe these accuras have a head gaskets problem that would benefit from the extreme raceing gasket????....................Dont' know......................

Response From Hammer Time

I deleted your link because they aren't allowed.

I would just stay with the FelPro but have the head tested and planed if necessary.

Response From ratrace2

OK, we got the heads off and all around the area (on the head) where the water jackets are open, the heads are pitted.
Not pitted a .003--these heads are pitted .25........That's right, a quarter of an inche deep. The area of the heads where the water jackets meet the
heads are shot..............The machine shop said they are "Dead"...........................

I'll try to take some pictures..............

SO,....................

we got new -rebuilt- heads and are getting new gaskets etc.......tomorrow.............

Response From ratrace2 Top Rated Answer

Alright, I thought they were a little---REALLY---- expensive.

So nothing special about the Honda head and these gaskets come to mind???

Cool, Fel-pro it is......................

Response From Hammer Time

Everybody's got a gimmick to promote. Most just benefit the seller.

Response From ratrace2

Well, the thing is:

I have been reading about superchargers, and motor blue printing and "o" ringing heads and EFI super performance engines with special head gaskets etc......bla bla bla........Map sensors and fuel maps...........etc........

SO,---as my sister would say-----I thought they might be a good fix for a TSB sort of problem. ya know, something that is known about.....................I don't know...........

So it's not....................Cool....................Thanks, Hammer....................You are the best brother.....................

What to do about Honda Civic

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Question From chantman on What to do about Honda Civic

Hi,

About 1.5 years ago I purchased a 2003 Honda Civic EX with 130,000 miles on it. Since then I've had to have the head gasket replaced twice (second time was due to a faulty head gasket used the first time). The check engine light is on and the code is a bad EGR valve. The ABS light is on, and I don't know why. Now the car is making a weird rattling noise coming from the engine... Also the alternator light flickers on and off.

Do I cut my losses and get rid of this? I worry about my safety. Thoughts? Thanks in advance

Response From Hammer Time

That's up to you. You don't even know what the car needs yet. You can't even know if it needs the EGR because nothing has been troubleshooted yet. Head gasket failures are usually the result of severe overheating so you can't blame the car for that.

Response From chantman Top Rated Answer

I understand that. However, I'm concerned that this engine rebuild due to the head gasket (twice) has caused a cascade of needed repairs. They shut the check engine light off and it came right back on with the egr valve code. The ABS light and rattling also concern me.

What does an egr valve replacement usually cost?

Response From Hammer Time

As I stated already, you don't know if you need an EGR valve right now. Just because you have a code related to the EGR doesn't mean the valve is bad.

Response From Tom Greenleaf

Codes for an item don't mean you need that item at all. It means for any reason that circuit isn't working properly. ABS - who knows and you can get codes for that as well but need interpreting via a diagnosis.


Rattling, battery light? Possibly loose belt or at the end of it's adjustment extreme and or something loose with brackets or exhaust parts making noise but not the battery light.


If you are on the edge of swapping out this car for another then perhaps you should take it in and get a full diagnosis as to what it will take to fix up all the things you pointed out plus perhaps some you don't see or notice yet and decide to go for it and swap out for another. Another is no guarantee either but if used again have it checked out BEFORE purchase.


Only you can decided on keep this car or not but need to know how much it going to take to put it back in shape. Can't know all of that all at once without the diagnosis already suggested,


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96 Honda Civic EX turn signal

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Question From 2cardon on 96 Honda Civic EX turn signal

Signal not turning off after turn..arm not clicking back to neutral position. is there any easy adjustment that can be made or has to be replaced?
Also is it difficult to replace head gasket on 95 Civic DX?
Thanking in advance.

Response From Tom Greenleaf Top Rated Answer

Never ran into a Honda with a directional that didn't cancel after a turn so can't help there.

The head gasket does get involved. If you want to just replace the gasket I suggest you send the head to a machine shop for at least an inspection for trueness. Pay strict attention to torque and sequence when re-installing if you do it. If you've overheated hard you may need a new/good used head. Good luck,

2003 Honda Odyssey - Replace Head Gasket vs Install Used Engine

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Question From Vitamink on 2003 Honda Odyssey - Replace Head Gasket vs Install Used Engine

Hello gentlemen (and ladies if you're here),

So we have a Honda Minivan, 2003, 170k. Nice shape and runs very well, but a lot of miles on it. It's had the transmission redone (I believe) around 80-90k.

Recently we brought it in for scheduled maintenance and our mechanic found a coolant leak in the engine. Sent it to an engine shop and it appears there's a leak in the head gasket.

So I've been given two choices:

1) Have them pull the head and send it to the machine shop for, well, machining, and then they'd re-install it with a new gasket. This would run about $2,000, but the risk is that they go the effort of pulling the head and the machine shop says that it is damaged beyond repair, and all that labor is wasted.

2) Have them install an engine from a junkyard pull (probably 80-90k on it) with a new timing belt, plugs and water pump for $3,200. Of course, the risk here is that since it's a salvage engine, the only thing I'm guaranteed is that it won't be DOA.

So, as you can see, there are risks with both options and pros and cons either way. Any opinions or recommendations in regards to which route we should take?

Thanks very much!

Response From Vitamink Top Rated Answer

Well, it turns out that this story has a happy ending. Decided to call around a few places to pick up some quotes on engine replacement, and one place told us that they were almost certain that, given the kind of engine, that the leak couldn't be in the head gasket. We brought it in to them and it turned out that the leak was in the coolant crossover tube, not the head gasket, as the previous engine place had told us.

Apparently, it's almost impossible for the engines in Honda Odysseys to leak coolant from the head, or something.

Anyhow..! It was an order of magnitude less expensive to repair, and I'm thankful for an attentive mechanic who was able to catch that before we cleaned out our savings on a salvage engine.

Response From Hammer Time

Glad to hear you had a happy ending.

We will close this now as solved.

Response From Hammer Time

With that kind of mileage the head being bad isn't the only risk. Doing a head on an engine that has that many miles is very risky for the rest of the engine and not recommended.

The used engine idea isn't bad. Buying a remanufactured engine is another option.

Response From Vitamink

Thanks for the input, HT. I was sort of leaning towards the engine replacement, given the relatively small difference in cost between the two options. They didn't mention the possibility of a rebuilt engine, but I will ask about the cost on that. If it comes with a warranty, that might be worth the cost down the road.

Do you have any thoughts on just how urgent this issue is? Obviously, it has to be dealt with, but if I'm planning to replace the engine anyhow, am I doing a bad thing if I just check the coolant levels daily and try to squeeze a few more months out of the current engine?

I ask, because the cost of repair would hit us pretty hard right now, but I have some contract work coming up in the next few months that could help with that. Ideally, I prefer to have money before spending money, but if it can't wait, it can't wait.

With that kind of mileage the head being bad isn't the only risk. Doing a head on an engine that has that many miles is very risky for the rest of the engine and not recommended.

The used engine idea isn't bad. Buying a remanufactured engine is another option.

Response From Hammer Time

If you refill the coolant every time the vehicle is used and only use it for short local driving, you can probably buy a little time but it could get much worse at any time with no warning.

Response From Vitamink

So a friend mentioned to me that they make a sealant product that you add to your cooler to help seal a leaky head. This sounds like snake oil to me, but I thought I'd ask...is this something that could possibly buy us a little more time before we have to replace the head/engine, or is it just asking for trouble?

Response From Hammer Time

This sounds like snake oil to me,

You got that right. It will do more damage than good by plugging up your radiator and heater core.

Response From Vitamink

Thanks for that. Last thing I need is to be on the hook for a new radiator as well.

This sounds like snake oil to me,

You got that right. It will do more damage than good by plugging up your radiator and heater core.

Response From nickwarner

Radiator job is cheap compared to a plugged heater core. You don't want to know the price on that. As a general rule, anytime you see any sort of liquid that claims to seal a leak, it is garbage that should be avoided like herpes, as it will haunt you just like herpes will. But at least you can scrap the car to get rid of the issue.

If leak sealers worked, parts stores would just be a room with a shelf of bottles. The only way to fix a leak is to replace what is leaking. Thank you for asking before putting that crap in your car. You just saved yourself a lot of money. Many others are clueless victims who do not research beforehand and are left with a big bill when that crap gets into their car.