Ok..I took the dizzy cap off and oil was inside. I took the housing apart and shaft off and that seal you are talking about is toast.All underneath of there was soaked including electrical components. I really would hate to have to shell out almost $300 for an aftermarket. Junkards dont have any odysseys.You are also right the dealer doesn't stock that seal but i'll check out the website you recomended.. Hopefully I can figure something out.Thanks for your help fellasyakuza is almost surely correct, however it is possible for the distributor to leak internally, though I have no idea if it ever happens. The o-ring that commonly fails(mine was hard like plastic when i replaced it) seals the head to the distributor body, preventing a leak between the two. There is another seal in the distributor itself that seals between the shaft and the distributor body, this seal is not listed on honda's parts diagram, you would have to replace the whole distributor if it failed, or identify the seal and find a source for it.
Part number for the O-ring is
The part number for a 1995 honda accord distributor is different than the odyssey, different shape too, so I think the answer to your original question is no. Btw you can look up the parts on hondapartsnow.com or other places on line to compare part numbers or visually.
from a accord yes it will work. just need to match different vertionhello.mI've got a 95 ody. The dizzy is about gone , its leaking majorly from the inside. Does anyone know if a Dizzy from a 95 accord or civic will fit this ody? thanks
Just wanted to clarify the dimensions for this Honda distributor seal are 12.5 X 22.5 X 5mm and the material is ACM not NBR.
The design type is also different from what most industrial seal suppliers will offer.
Our design is the OEM design and has a bi-directional helix on the inside lip.
We sell this item in our ebay store under NOK part # BH3888E