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Just purchased a used Honda. Decided to change the oil before riding. The oil nut had some type of liquid nail around it (or weld). I pulled it away and unscrewed the nut. I then realized the screw hole was busted. The entire threads broke into pieces and part of it actually pushed back into the crankcase. I dont' suppose there is a fix for this besides replacing the entire crankcase. The previous owner really screwed me. What can I do to fix this????
 

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Just purchased a used Honda. Decided to change the oil before riding. The oil nut had some type of liquid nail around it (or weld). I pulled it away and unscrewed the nut. I then realized the screw hole was busted. The entire threads broke into pieces and part of it actually pushed back into the crankcase. I dont' suppose there is a fix for this besides replacing the entire crankcase. The previous owner really screwed me. What can I do to fix this????
split the cases..clean it out..thats about the only way you will know for sure that you don't get any metal to the rest of your engine..DO NOT ATTEMPT THIS WITHOUT A REPAIR MANUAL !.
 
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