2005 honda civic oil filter type

For the 2005 model year Honda Civic we have found 12 trims and their corresponding recommended oil type. Click on the name of the trim to open up the panel and learn more about the oil type, volume and change period.

FAQ 2005 honda civic oil filter type

What is the best engine oil for a Honda Civic?

What is the correct engine oil for Honda Civic? You need to use oil that is the recommended viscosity. This is the ‘thickness’ of the oil and is usually displayed prominently on the packaging. A high viscosity oil will be more treacle-like in consistency, whereas a low viscosity oil is thinner and more free-flowing.

Where is the oil filter located on a Honda Accord?

From the underside of the car, locate the oil filter. It will be installed on the engine block just above the driver side axle shaft. Keep the oil drain pan nearby as you reach up to get a grip on the oil filter. Loosen it slowly and carefully, trying to avoid spilling oil.

How often should I change the oil in my civic?

So the oil in your Civic is indistinguishable from dark roast sumatra. This should help. For years, 3,000 miles was the correct interval to wait between oil changes, but that is no longer the case.

How to change an oil filter in a car?

Now grab a clean rag or paper towel and reach up into the engine again to wipe off any oil from the face of the housing, where the new oil filter will seal against. You can exit from beneath the car, and remove the oil drain pan as well. Now take that brand new oil filter, and with your finger, apply some new oil on the rubber gasket.

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