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post #1 of 3 Old 07-06-2019, 02:03 AM Thread Starter
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Threebond vs Honda bond 4

Service manual calls for "threebond" but dealer only had Hondabond 4. Anyone have experience with either and have an opinion on which is better? Resealing oil pressure switch. Slow leak again.

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why would no one answer this?
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According to this page, Threebond = Yamabond = Hondabond 4

https://performancecycle.com/three-b...1184-yamabond/


Also:

Hondabond 4 Semi-Drying Sealant P/N 08717-1194 - Liquid gasket sealant used to seal critical areas as specified in service manuals. Do not use it for gasketless applications. (I believe this is the replacement for Hondabond 4 Silicone Gasket P/N 08718-0004 and is likely what I should have used on the aforementioned Acura TL.)

Hondabond HT Silicone Gasket P/N 08718-0004 - Adhesive sealer for metal-to-metal, metal-to-plastic, or plastic-to-plastic bonding. Good for high temperature applications. (This replaced P/N 08718-0001).

Ultra Flange Sealant P/N 08718-0003 - Gray Material used to seal areas as described in service manuals. It can also be used for most gasketless applications except oil pans.

Ultra Flange II Sealant P/N 08718-0009 - This thick gray material is the recommended product for sealing gasketless oil pans. Itís also the preferred sealant for most gasketless applications.

Is the oil pressure switch threaded? You could also try Permatex High Temperature Thread Sealant or teflon tape.
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