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Try tap out the hole to the next size. Than move up a size bolt. A lot cheaper and easy fix.
Thanks for the advice! I wish I was more adept at mechanical work. Haha. I will definitely start looking into that option though, is it an involved process or something a not so handy person could attempt? I've been able to do the brakes/rotors myself and replacing the headlight switch on the steering column (about maxed out my intuitive abilities)
 

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@ellisguitarman - should the tap/bolt idea not work out for you, the part number for an '01 oil pan is 11200-PHM-000. The pan gaskets are two half moons, 11251 and 11252-PHM-000. 14mm drain plug bolt 90001-PHM-000.
 

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"TimeSert" has proven to work right for stripped drain plugs..
 

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@ellisguitarman - should the tap/bolt idea not work out for you, the part number for an '01 oil pan is 11200-PHM-000. The pan gaskets are two half moons, 11251 and 11252-PHM-000. 14mm drain plug bolt 90001-PHM-000.
There are actually other gaskets that should be replaced, like the 2 oil filter gaskets, the figure 8 gasket on the oil cooler hoses. Might as well replace those if you are dropping the pan.
 
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