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Exclamation Oil pan bolt came out..... Got it to RUN!!

so my ADD got the best of me this time. I forgot to tighten my oil pan bolt after an oil change today. Yup, after 15 minutes of riding my bike shuts off at 75 mph when all of my oil dumps onto the interstate.

After attempting to find a matching bolt, the best fit only got 1/4 inch into the pan. Tried adding oil, but the oil indicator lights continue to stay lit.

When it turns, it makes an awful squeak that I'm interpreting being the pistons with burnt seals.

So my bike was 180 degrees when it cut, could I have blown it? Oil was continuing to spill after I came to a stop...

Is there a bolt sensor? I don't alhave a replacement yet, is that why it wouldn't start again?

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Oh, that had to have been scary! Did you slap yourself? ADD~ lmao~ what a tard!
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oh boy, doesn't sound good bro. i know the pan threads are metric. you are saying that when you try to turn it over it squeaks? def not good man, i'd be lookin for a motor. no there is not a bolt sensor.

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I'm about to cry. Why is my oil light still on when I added oil?
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Will diconnecting the battery reset the computer to remove the oil light? I'm thinking that is why it's not firing...
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so the motor stopped itself or you shut it off?
if it stopped itself and is now making horrible sounds and struggles to remain running...... bad things have happened.

what usually happens is the valve train (being the highest part of the lubrication system) starves for oil first. this causes damages to the camshafts and bearing surfaces, as well as the lifters or rockers.

then the pistons start to starve which causes piston ring and cylinder wall damage.
then you have the bottom end starving for oil, this will cause damage to the crank and rod bearings.

all the while unlubricated metal causes friction and heat in bad places, metal gets shed and works its way into places it shouldnt be.

if you let it get that far, your motor is gone.
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You might have seized the motor bro



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the oil light works off of oil pressure.
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Oh, that had to have been scary! Did you slap yourself? ADD~ lmao~ what a tard!
It was creepy when I twisted the throttle and had my rear tire spin out going 85 with no idea why. 10 seconds later the bike shut off, and I had to push the bitch 2 miles. When I got home I drank half a gallon of Gatorade and ordered 3 med pizzas. Ate half of every one...
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When I got home I drank half a gallon of Gatorade and ordered 3 med pizzas. Ate half of every one...
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that OCD you cant eat all of 1 pizza?
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AAA would've been nice, huh? Sorry bout your mischief. That's really awful.
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the oil light works off of oil pressure.
even on startup?
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AAA would've been nice, huh? Sorry bout your mischief. That's really awful.
yeah hella people stopped to help, but I said no thanks. It was my own punishment, though. I shouldnt make this fvck up again. God..
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it turns though...
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Man o man, I'll say a prayer for your engine. Next time take your time and check your work bro! I tend to have adhd sometimes, but when it comes to something I just spent a ton of dough on, I don't f--- around... Luckily ebay has complete motors for around $1100, so the game isn't quite over if the results are nasty.

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even on startup?
yes,
oil pressure builds pretty fast in the motor.
i dont think mine really ever comes on except for the first start up after an oil change.
and even then it only stays on for about a second.
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fuuuuuuuuck me, I just did a frame swap myself 3 months ago

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Really? How long did the entire process take? Did you do it yourself?

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I stretched it out, but in all it took around 30 hours. Did it all myself in an aparment dining room. Maybe it's time for an 07. Ugh, this sort of **** always happens to me...
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damn bro... get that thing check out by a trustworthy shop or mechanic.

same thing happend to my friend on his Suzuki, but he was even more absent-minded and forgot to put oil in during the oil change, rode the bike for 5mins and blew a hole in the engine. for your sake i hope its not that bad.

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Thanks for your concern buddy, thank you all. 5 minutes without oil is crazy. But then again, that's a cold-start 5 minutes. Mine was less than a minute, but under high temp. I'll see what's up tomorrow.
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*EEEEEEEEEEE!* Sorry bro, sounds like that motor is toast. The same noises you're hearing I heard from my Civic when I blew a crank bearing. More than likely some bearing in your motor is destroyed.

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now I can't sleep. It just seems to me that the engine cut when it lost oil pressure. Only a small amount of oil is needed to create pressure, so when the light went off it was obviously gone... It just seems like hondas computer would be smart enough to cut the engine in time to save itself... I removed the battery to charge it tonight, hopefully it will reset the computer so I can fire the whore and get her all lubed up. If the dealer doesn't have a 12x1.5 drain bolt is there anywhere else I can buy one? I'm trying to avoid mailorder delays
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now I can't sleep. It just seems to me that the engine cut when it lost oil pressure. Only a small amount of oil is needed to create pressure, so when the light went off it was obviously gone... It just seems like hondas computer would be smart enough to cut the engine in time to save itself... I removed the battery to charge it tonight, hopefully it will reset the computer so I can fire the whore and get her all lubed up. If the dealer doesn't have a 12x1.5 drain bolt is there anywhere else I can buy one? I'm trying to avoid mailorder delays
Don't mean too sound like a d1ck but there is a reason the oil light got the nick name " the idiot light" Pretty much when that light comes on its, in more cases than not, too late.

But if its a drain bolt you're after, I just got a magnetic one from these guys. Good quality and anodized too
http://www.kustommetalworx.com/e-com....0.html.0.html

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I'm checking out eBay engines, lots of good deals, will an 05/06 work on my 04? My search tab doesn't work on my iPhone...
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yes it will, there are a few threads on the swap.
IIRC its pretty straightforward if you have the 05 wire harness and ECU as well.
so just make sure you get a complete motor.

first tho, id pull the oil pan off of yours and check out what the cylinder walls look like.
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