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Genuine
1998 Honda Accord Engine Oil Pump Genuine

P311-4178DA7    New

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$176.03
Genuine Engine Oil Pump
  • 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.
  • The balance shaft gear case set and the oil strainer / pickup tube assembly ARE NOT INCLUDED with this oil pump!!! This pump assembly includes the main oil pump body / front cover casting, inner and outer pump rotors, oil pressure relief valve, and miscellaneous minor gaskets and seals.
Brand: Genuine
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1998 - Honda Accord
Genuine
1995 Honda Accord Engine Oil Pump Genuine

P311-4178DA7    New

Qty:
$176.03
Genuine Engine Oil Pump
  • 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 California model. The balance shaft gear case set and the oil strainer / pickup tube assembly ARE NOT INCLUDED with this oil pump!!! This pump assembly includes the main oil pump body / front cover casting, inner and outer pump rotors, oil pressure relief valve, and miscellaneous minor gaskets and seals.
Brand: Genuine
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1995 - Honda Accord
Mahle
1988 Honda Accord Engine Oil Pump Mahle

P311-4555785    New

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$102.17
Mahle Engine Oil Pump
Brand: Mahle
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1988 - Honda Accord
Genuine
2003 Honda Civic Engine Oil Pump Genuine

P311-58E9B0B    New

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$369.11
Genuine Engine Oil Pump
  • 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
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2003 - Honda Civic
Genuine
2003 Honda Civic Engine Oil Pump Genuine

P311-58E9B0B    New

Qty:
$369.11
Genuine Engine Oil Pump
  • 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
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2003 - Honda Civic
Genuine
1994 Honda Civic del Sol Engine Oil Pump Genuine

P311-5547977    New

Qty:
$237.98
Genuine Engine Oil Pump
  • 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
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1994 - Honda Civic del Sol
Genuine
1992 Honda Accord Engine Oil Pump Genuine

P311-3758122    New

Qty:
$312.26
Genuine Engine Oil Pump
  • 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.
  • The balance shaft gear case set and the oil strainer / pickup tube assembly ARE NOT INCLUDED with this oil pump!!! This pump assembly includes the main oil pump body / front cover casting, inner and outer pump rotors, oil pressure relief valve, and miscellaneous minor gaskets and seals.
Brand: Genuine
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1992 - Honda Accord
Genuine
1995 Honda Accord Engine Oil Pump Genuine

P311-3758122    New

Qty:
$312.26
Genuine Engine Oil Pump
  • 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.
  • The balance shaft gear case set and the oil strainer / pickup tube assembly ARE NOT INCLUDED with this oil pump!!! This pump assembly includes the main oil pump body / front cover casting, inner and outer pump rotors, oil pressure relief valve, and miscellaneous minor gaskets and seals. The balance shaft gear case set and the oil strainer / pickup tube assembly ARE NOT INCLUDED with this oil pump!!! This pump assembly includes the main oil pump body / front cover casting, inner and outer pump rotors, oil pressure relief valve, and miscellaneous minor gaskets and seals. The balance shaft gear case set and the oil strainer / pickup tube assembly ARE NOT INCLUDED with this oil pump!!! This pump assembly includes the main oil pump body / front cover casting, inner and outer pump rotors, oil pressure relief valve, and miscellaneous minor gaskets and seals.
Brand: Genuine
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1995 - Honda Accord
Genuine
1995 Honda Accord Engine Oil Pump Genuine

P311-3758122    New

Qty:
$312.26
Genuine Engine Oil Pump
  • 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.
  • The balance shaft gear case set and the oil strainer / pickup tube assembly ARE NOT INCLUDED with this oil pump!!! This pump assembly includes the main oil pump body / front cover casting, inner and outer pump rotors, oil pressure relief valve, and miscellaneous minor gaskets and seals. The balance shaft gear case set and the oil strainer / pickup tube assembly ARE NOT INCLUDED with this oil pump!!! This pump assembly includes the main oil pump body / front cover casting, inner and outer pump rotors, oil pressure relief valve, and miscellaneous minor gaskets and seals. The balance shaft gear case set and the oil strainer / pickup tube assembly ARE NOT INCLUDED with this oil pump!!! This pump assembly includes the main oil pump body / front cover casting, inner and outer pump rotors, oil pressure relief valve, and miscellaneous minor gaskets and seals. The balance shaft gear case set and the oil strainer / pickup tube assembly ARE NOT INCLUDED with this oil pump!!! This pump assembly includes the main oil pump body / front cover casting, inner and outer pump rotors, oil pressure relief valve, and miscellaneous minor gaskets and seals.
Brand: Genuine
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1995 - Honda Accord
Genuine
1995 Honda Accord Engine Oil Pump Genuine

P311-3758122    New

Qty:
$312.26
Genuine Engine Oil Pump
  • 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 non-Calif. model. The balance shaft gear case set and the oil strainer / pickup tube assembly ARE NOT INCLUDED with this oil pump!!! This pump assembly includes the main oil pump body / front cover casting, inner and outer pump rotors, oil pressure relief valve, and miscellaneous minor gaskets and seals.
Brand: Genuine
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1995 - Honda Accord
Genuine
1995 Honda Accord Engine Oil Pump Genuine

P311-3758122    New

Qty:
$312.26
Genuine Engine Oil Pump
  • 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.
  • The balance shaft gear case set and the oil strainer / pickup tube assembly ARE NOT INCLUDED with this oil pump!!! This pump assembly includes the main oil pump body / front cover casting, inner and outer pump rotors, oil pressure relief valve, and miscellaneous minor gaskets and seals. The balance shaft gear case set and the oil strainer / pickup tube assembly ARE NOT INCLUDED with this oil pump!!! This pump assembly includes the main oil pump body / front cover casting, inner and outer pump rotors, oil pressure relief valve, and miscellaneous minor gaskets and seals.
Brand: Genuine
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1995 - Honda Accord
Genuine
1988 Honda CRX Engine Oil Pump Genuine

P311-3CD6AC4    New

Qty:
$189.22
Genuine Engine Oil Pump
  • 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
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1988 - Honda CRX
Genuine
1992 Honda Prelude Engine Oil Pump Genuine

P311-073D49A    New

Qty:
$299.71
Genuine Engine Oil Pump
  • 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 pump assembly includes the main oil pump body / front cover casting, inner and outer pump rotors, oil pressure relief valve, and miscellaneous minor gaskets and seals. The balance shaft gear case set and the oil strainer / pickup tube assembly are serviced separately.
Brand: Genuine
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1992 - Honda Prelude
Genuine
1992 Honda Prelude Engine Oil Pump Genuine

P311-073D49A    New

Qty:
$316.08
Genuine Engine Oil Pump
  • 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 pump assembly includes the main oil pump body / front cover casting, inner and outer pump rotors, oil pressure relief valve, and miscellaneous minor gaskets and seals. The balance shaft gear case set and the oil strainer / pickup tube assembly are serviced separately.
Brand: Genuine
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1992 - Honda Prelude
Genuine
1993 Honda Prelude Engine Oil Pump Genuine

P311-073D49A    New

Qty:
$299.71
Genuine Engine Oil Pump
  • 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
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1993 - Honda Prelude
Genuine
1998 Honda Prelude Engine Oil Pump Genuine

P311-33C1B66    New

Qty:
$272.75
Genuine Engine Oil Pump
  • 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.
  • The balance shaft gear case set and the oil strainer / pickup tube assembly ARE NOT INCLUDED with this oil pump!!! This pump assembly includes the main oil pump body / front cover casting, inner and outer pump rotors, oil pressure relief valve, and miscellaneous minor gaskets and seals.
Brand: Genuine
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1998 - Honda Prelude
Genuine
1997 Honda Prelude Engine Oil Pump Genuine

P311-24E7914    New

Qty:
$316.08
Genuine Engine Oil Pump
  • 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 pump assembly includes the main oil pump body / front cover casting, inner and outer pump rotors, oil pressure relief valve, and miscellaneous minor gaskets and seals. The balance shaft gear case set and the oil strainer / pickup tube assembly are serviced separately.
Brand: Genuine
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1997 - Honda Prelude
Genuine
1998 Honda Civic Engine Oil Pump Genuine

P311-3A9760E    New

Qty:
$175.98
Genuine Engine Oil Pump
  • 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.
  • The oil screen / pickup tube is serviced separately.
Brand: Genuine
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1998 - Honda Civic
Genuine
2000 Honda Civic Engine Oil Pump Genuine

P311-3A9760E    New

Qty:
$175.98
Genuine Engine Oil Pump
  • 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.
  • Eng: -5304134
  • The oil screen / pickup tube is serviced separately.
Brand: Genuine
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2000 - Honda Civic
Genuine
1998 Honda CR-V Engine Oil Pump Genuine

P311-05009D0    New

Qty:
$175.84
Genuine Engine Oil Pump
  • 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.
  • Gasket to oil pickup is not included. Order gasket #15221-PW0-S01 separately as needed.
Brand: Genuine
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1998 - Honda CR-V

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1994 Honda Civic

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Question From jtwilley56 on 1994 Honda Civic

I need to remove the oil pump on a 1994 Honda Civic. I'm sure if the nut on the main pully that turns the belts are a left or right hand thread. Can anyone help?

Jim

Response From DanD

It’s right hand thread and at times can be very tight to loosen. An impact gun is usually enough to get it to move but at times you need to use a breaker bar or a long handled ratchet and a way to hold the engine from rotating.
Dan.

Response From jtwilley56

Thanks for the reply. I was wrong about the model. It is actually an Accord. I will assume its also a right hand thread. I pulled the starter loose and can widged a screw driver in to keep the engine from turning.

Jim

Response From DanD

Yea that'll work.
Dan.

Response From jtwilley56 Top Rated Answer

Dear Dan,

I purchased a long handled breaker bar for $10.00 and that did the job. We found the problem and I'm going to repair it and put the car back together this weekend. Thanks for the help.

Jim

91 honda accord ex

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Question From yota8877 on 91 honda accord ex

Quick question for someone just bought this car an the oil pressure light is on changed the oil an it's still on head gaskets not blown I don't hear any concerning noises could this be the oil pump going out ?

Response From Hammer Time

It will probably cheaper to just replace the sender before doing the mechanical test.That may be the only problem.

Response From yota8877 Top Rated Answer

Thank you I will try to replace the sending unit

Response From nickwarner

Your most likely cause, especially on a car this old, is the oil pressure sending unit. Its an electrical switch turned off when it gets oil pressure, When it gets old it doesn't work right. I would call 23 years pretty old for a sending unit.

The part is cheap. If the light for oil pressure stays on you need to shut down your engine and have a mechanical gauge inserted in the sending unit hole to see if this is an engine issue or an electrical one.

Honda CRV - oil pump shaken itself apart?

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Question From carloshonda on Honda CRV - oil pump shaken itself apart?

We have a 2007 Honda CR-V, Diesel - it's done 61,000 miles. No major problems while we've had it.

We took it in for a service and MOT at a local garage; they replaced the rear brake pads & drained/replaced the oil & filters.

As soon as we drove it the next day, we were away of a rattling noise, particularly loud when the clutch was engaged.

The noise got louder and louder until eventually it wasn't just when the clutch was engaged, it was when the engine was idling too.

We took it back to the garage. After lots of puzzling, they removed the sump and, underneath, found that one bolt had come completely loose from the oil pump and was sitting in the sump, the others were all loose. They say that this was what was causing the rattling.

The implication here is that it's nothing they've done - yet it would be a huge coincidence for this to just magically occur to the car while it was with them.

So, can anybody help me with some possible answers here? In particular:

1. What might have caused these bolts to become loose in the course of a garage doing a routine servicie on a car.

2. We had another garage replace the front brake calipers two months ago, is that something that could have caused this? Does this task involve removing the sump and/or oil pump? Perhaps they left the bolts loose.

3. Is tightening them up going to fix this, or is there potentially an underlying problem?


Thanks in advance - it's scary not knowing much about cars and I don't want to be taken advantage of here; any knowledge here could bolster our chances of getting the garage to accept liability if necessary.

Response From Tom Greenleaf Top Rated Answer

I don't see any connection and shocked that this oil pump waited to essentially fall off almost - pretty much means that engine is toast.


Didn't you get a low oil pressure warning? Just kept on driving away and listen to that wasn't good no matter why this happened.


Never heard of such a thing either on any and not something I suspect anyone would pull for any reason as it would be too much work just to do that if on purpose?


T

Response From carloshonda

Yeah, after the rattling got worse and worse we started to get the oil light coming on intermittently. That's pretty much when we pulled over and got recovery to tow us home.

One of the bolts had come out completely, another was broken (they didn't say how)... ...it's a mystery.

Does one have to remove these bolts to replace the brake callipers on a CRV? (see my question (2)) Wondering if they were left loose and have shaken themselves off during the service.

Response From Tom Greenleaf

Doubt they sell this exact engine in the US but doesn't matter. I've just no clue why if those were ever right that they didn't have an issue instantly when it was assembled new? Can't think of a good reason short of a diesel is a lot more vibration than most "petrol" engines but would design for that.


OK - Now it's what damage did it do for lack of oil pressure if known as it might have survived - can't know without some more tests on it.


Then it's how the heck could it ever happen and if salvageable not do it again! Of the recent work you did the worst mistake I can think of would be forgetting to put oil in or a leaking oil filter fast right away with changing it and still don't know why that would pick on the oil pump! It easily could wreck the engine but not that way IMO and experience. Not a diesel tech but doesn't really matter - they all need fast oil pressure upon start and continuous while running even more need for a diesel but either wouldn't last a mile if zero oil pressure.


OK - for the couple seconds with an oil change if the person can't pre-fill the oil filter (some you just can't) it takes a quick couple seconds to fill it first then on to engine parts. Oil warning would be on but go right out and quiet down engine right away. If they forget something it would if really ignored upon start seize elsewhere IMO.


What does the shop that has it now have to say about fixing this, why or plan for the fix? If this is somehow common to this exact engine Honda may know about it?


Something just doesn't add up to me on this,


T

Response From nickwarner

You do not have to remove the oil pan and the oil pump to service the brakes on a single thing that has ever been or ever will be made. Your brakes are out on your wheels. Your engine is in the middle of the engine compartment. There is nothing these people could've or would've done to make this happen. You just have an unlucky coincidence. You have a used car in used condition and sometimes things happen. Don't immediately go trying to blame someone else for completely unrelated work when you don't even know how the thing is put together.

If you had just had them replace the oil pump, you would have a valid point. Changing the brakes, even Judge Judy could call that one out in half a second.

We work hard to keep our customer's vehicles on the road. I have dealt with people just like you before who have something go wrong on their car after completely unrelated work and then try to accuse me of either being incompetent or of sabotage. Would you like somebody telling you that you wrecked their computer's hard drive because you changed the ink cartridge in the printer? What you have proposed is exactly the same amount of ridiculous.

Response From Discretesignals

Would you like somebody telling you that you wrecked their computer's hard drive because you changed the ink cartridge in the printer?

I like that Nick. Good analogy.

1993 Honda Civic ex wont start

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Question From erikawilde on 1993 Honda Civic ex wont start

Ok I have a 1993 Honda Civic EX vtec 1.6 liter single overhead cam with 130K miles on it.

One day i was driving the car and the oil pump light came on, I checked the oil and it was low so i put 2 quarts in. Light went off for a few miles then came back on and i could hear the valves ticking. I checked the oil and it was low again so I assumed it to be the oil pump so I parked the car till morning. I replaced the oil pump then crunk it, well it gets oil now but did some damage to the crank and bearings under the #1 cylinder. I had the crank and the #1 rod turned and fitted with new main and rod bearings. I replaced all gaskets, oil, oil filter, spark plugs, wires and rear main seal and put the car back together. Once I timed the car I crunk it and it ran fine so I started putting the rest back together. Now for my problem, it wont start. It turns over and its getting fire and fuel, #1 plug is burnt and #4 just smells like gas and also the break lights wont go off for some reason. I've exhausted all ideas of what it might be so if you can help please let me know thank you.

Response From Loren Champlain Sr

erika; The first thing would be to re-check cam timing. Very easy to get the belt off a tooth. After confirming it is correct, take a compression test. Obviously, we are concerned with #1 & #4. (take a reading on all four cylinders, post the results) You may have to squirt some oil into #4 due to the overfueling. If the compression is okay, connect a fuel pressure guage. Turn the key on, read the pressure. Turn the key off, and watch to see if the pressure bleeds off quickly. I'm suspecting either a compression issue, or an injector problem.
When you mentioned that #1 plug was "burnt", please elaborate. Overfueling will contaminate the engine oil and cause a lack of lubrication which could be your inital problem. Even though you probably have fresh oil in the engine, you will more than likely have to change it again.

Response From erikawilde

I failed to mention that the first time i put it together it was off a tooth so i had to retime it but im for certain that its correct this time. Oh and once I put the oil pump on and found out i needed the crank and rod turned etc... I didnt have the money so it sat for 4 months before I put it back together, i'm not sure if thats relevant or not. As for the #1 plug being burnt, its all black like its been charred but theres no gunk on it but it too smells like fuel. Thank you for the advice I will definitely get back to you with the results from the tests.

Response From Loren Champlain Sr Top Rated Answer

erika; Black and sooty means too much fuel. White means too little (or too much air). Honda engines are an interference type, meaning that if the cam timing is incorrect, the piston can make contact with an open valve and bend the valve. This doesn't mean that it WILL happen, just that it CAN happen. A compression test should answer the question. I've had many Hondas towed in with broken timing belts. Only about 5% (if, that) bend valves. So, we'll keep our fingers crossed.