Correct OEM Honda Part Number

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Could someone help me find the correct part number? I am going to change the oil on my 2009 Honda Accord EX-L 3.5L V6 (automatic transmission) and would like to replace the drain bolt with a new OEM Honda one. I noticed last oil change, the original bolt has some round edges on the bolt head. The oil drain bolt requires a 17mm socket. I'm not sure I have the correct part number, but from using various sites and diagrams, I'm finding it difficult to locate it. I appreciate any help.
 
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According to Majestic Honda, your engine has a 14mm drain bolt, not a 17mm. http://www.hondaautomotiveparts.com/auto...IL+PAN+%28V6%29 P/N 90009-R70-A00. Item 17 in this image: You may want to re-run your search. If your Accord is ZEV or PZEV or other variant, it may take a different drain plug. I didn't study all of the options, for obvious reasons. Not sure why you're doing this the long way around. Just phone your local Honda dealer, and have your VIN ready.
 
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Originally Posted By: lancerplayer
The oil drain bolt requires a 17mm socket.
17mm head, but 14mm threads. The bolt is sized by thread diameter and pitch. Tegger has this one correct.
 
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Really? I've ordered thousands of dollars worth of parts (a whole online using the dealer's diagram and yet to get an incorrect part. Where did you see the errors?
Originally Posted By: redhat
I've come to find some of these honda part diagrams are very inaccurate.
 
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Originally Posted By: Hokiefyd
Yes, 14mm threads. 14x1.5 if I recall. The OEM plugs work well, as do aftermarket plugs.
When I worked at a quick lube they stocked aftermarket drain plugs for all applications except Honda. For Hondas they decided to carry OEM plugs. I don't know why but maybe there's a reason? They were gold colored. They also went out of their way to stock oem crush washers to be used instead of the regular plastic ones for every other car.
 
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2009 Accord LX MT transmission case, incorrect part listing for the drain and fill plugs.
 

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Originally Posted By: Jim_Truett
Originally Posted By: lancerplayer
The oil drain bolt requires a 17mm socket.
17mm head, but 14mm threads. The bolt is sized by thread diameter and pitch. Tegger has this one correct.
Thanks for clarifying! I kept seeing 14mm listed on the diagrams but was looking for a 17mm. It makes sense for me now.
 
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Originally Posted By: Jim_Truett
17mm head, but 14mm threads. The bolt is sized by thread diameter and pitch.
You're absolutely right. Honda never gives the head size, but only the thread size. I should have thought of that in my reply.
 
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