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Valve Cover O-Ring

The manual says to replace the Valve Cover O-Ring After adjusting.

Does this need to be done? Also, do I need to go to a Honda shop to find one or is there one I can ask for at Autozone per say?
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you should use a Honda part for best results, but if it isnt hardened and doesnt leak
then no need to replace it


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I have adjusted my valves 20 times and never changed the o-ring. The have never leaked one drop of oil.

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Yep you can reuse it like DL said. I always clean and inspect mine. If it looks good then I'll put some fresh oil on it and reinstall. I think you would have to get that from your dealer or online. I don't think an auto parts store would carry that sort of think.
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The part number for that O-Ring is not listed on page 4-10.

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the part number for that o-ring is not listed on page 4-10.

Browsing though the rest of it now.

o-ring (66mm)
91351-881-000

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