If filter access is like on the 2006 Civic EX: 1. Open the glove box and look in the top corners of the back wall. There should be a button or flexible area which you can pull in on each side. ( The box will fall open so be sure to empty it first!) 2. Behind the glove box you will see the fan housing and directly above that is the air filter tray. Find the tabs which allow you to remove the air filter and pull straight back towards you. The old filter lifts right out. 3. Insert the new filter (there should be arrows on the filter and on the tray indicating air flow direction). There is a raised lip on the inside of the tray. Make sure that the last rib on each end of the filter hooks over this lip to keep the filter expanded so air doesn't just blow around it. 4. Slide the filter tray back into place until it clicks. 5. Raise the glove box back into place. You will probably have to push the buttons in the corners again to get the box closed. That's it. Takes about 2 minutes to complete and no tools are needed.
An excellent video showing the whole procedure is located here: http://www.3mestore.com/xc003869390.html 6. Here some cross reference for the filter: AC Delco: CF159
Canadian Tire: 23-3833-6
Luber-Finer, Champion, CITGO, Firestone, Kleener, Mighty, Security, STP: CAF1781
Honda: 80292-SDA-A01 (micronAir part HN03104P) 80292-SEC-A01
Micron Air: MP 180; micronAir-US particulate filter HN03104P, combi filter HN03104C
ATP HA5 (charcoal impregnated)
Napa Gold: 4815
TYC GENERA: 800016P
behind the glovebox
behind the glovebox
replace air filter on a 2004 Honda civic
The 1996 Honda Civic does not have a cabin filter.
should be behind the glove box, remove any items... push sides into the box and should come down... and there should be a plastic cover you can remove... pull out air filter, insert new one same way.
i was told by the dealer on a 1993 civic there is no filter just change the fluid.
There is NO cabin filter for 2000 Honda Civic model (6th generation). Cabin filter started in 2001 and on (7th generation).
To replace a headlight on a 2002 Honda Civic first prop the hood open. Locate the headlight housing inside the engine compartment. Find the bulbs and remove them. Install the new bulbs.
You need to specify the year. The civic has been around for 20+ years. Generally check the owners manual as it is outlined in detail how to replace filters, oil, etc..
The fuel filter on my 2000 civic is under the hood, near the windshield. If not there, you can try the usual method of following the fuel line from the gas tank to the engine.
Daytime running lights on a Honda Civic are the same as normal headlights. To fix or replace them, locate the headlight housing in the front of the car. Remove the plastic housing and replace the bulbs.
you should only need to replace your fuel filter about every 45-60k miles. Check your service manual for scheduled maintenance.
Top of the fuel pump, it is a little tough to find and replace
Before changing the oil on the 2000 Honda Civic drain the existing oil from the car. Locate the oil filter which is behind the engine. Raise the car and remove the filter. Install the new filter with some oil in it to prevent a dry start. Cap the drain bolt and pour in the new oil.
trying to save some $ and can't locate the fuel filter or water pump on a 2003 Nissan altima. I have done the work on a Honda civic.
From what I was told at the dealership when I asked is that the fuel filter is an internal part of the gas tank, and if you want or need to replace it you will need to drop the tank and remove the fuel pump/filter. I have a 2003 Civic LX coupe, that is a Canadian car.
how do i change that air filter on a 2001 civic?
the replacement filter is behind the glove compartment, you can access it by pulling down the glove compartment,
where is the fuel filter on a 1996 Honda civic dx
The speed sensor is found on the transmission of the 1992 Honda Civic. To replace the unit locate the mounting bolts and remove them. Unplug the wiring clip and pull the sensor off.
how do you replace thermostat on 1994 Honda civic dx
I just paid $600 at a Honda dealer to replace fuel pump in a 2002 Honda Civic. Delray Beach, Florida
According to the EPA, the interior volume of the 2006 Honda Civic is 95.2 cu.ft..
According to the EPA, the interior volume of the 2004 Honda Civic is 91.4 cu.ft..
According to the EPA, the interior volume of the 2013 Honda Civic is 94.9 cu.ft..