2003 Honda Civic Oil Filter

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    STP Oil Filter S7317 for 2003 Honda Civic
    • Part # S7317
    • SKU # 774676

    Notes: Engine Oil Filter. STP oil filter.

    • PRICE: 6.49
    • Inside Thread Size: 20 x 1.5 mm
    • Anti-Drain Back Valve: Yes
    • Filter Media Material: Media
    • Non Slip Grip: No
    • Bypass Relief Valve: Yes
    • Filter Type: Spin-on Canister

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    Fram Oil Filter PH7317 for 2003 Honda Civic
    • Part # PH7317
    • SKU # 188637

    Notes: Spin on type

    • PRICE: 10.49
    • Anti-Drain Back Valve: Yes
    • Filtering Material: Cellulose/Synthetic Blend
    • Filter Style: Spin-on Canister
    • Gasket Material: Nitrile Rubber
    • Non-slip Grip: Yes
    • Removal Nut: No

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    Fram Oil Filter PH6607 for 2003 Honda Civic
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    • Part # PH6607
    • SKU # 188636

    Notes: Spin on type

    • PRICE: 10.99
    • Anti-Drain Back Valve: Yes
    • Filtering Material: Cellulose/Synthetic Blend
    • Filter Style: Spin-on Canister
    • Gasket Material: Nitrile Rubber
    • Non-slip Grip: Yes
    • Removal Nut: No

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    Mobil1 Oil Filter M1-110A for 2003 Honda Civic
    • Part # M1-110A
    • SKU # 196196

    • PRICE: 15.99

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    ACDelco Oil Filter PF2057 for 2003 Honda Civic
    • Part # PF2057
    • SKU # 755630

    Notes: Gold

    • PRICE: 10.49
    • Torque Nut: NO
    • Micron Rating: 20
    • Bypass Relief Valve: YES
    • Gasket Outside Diameter: 2.47in
    • Weight: .48lb
    • Gasket Inside Diameter: 2.2in
    • Anti-Drain Back Valve: YES
    • Filter Media Material: Cellulose
    • Length: 3.5in
    • Gasket Type: Gasket O-Ring
    • Housing Color: Blue
    • Bypass Relief Valve Setting: 17
    • Non Slip Grip: NO
    • Filter Type: Canister
    • Height: 3.35in
    • Width: 2.88in

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    Original Equipment Oil Filter 15400-PLM-A02 for 2003 Honda Civic
    • Part # 15400-PLM-A02
    • SKU # 86660

    • PRICE: 13.99
    • Inside Thread Size: 0
    • Anti-Drain Back Valve: No
    • Filter Media Material: Cellulose
    • Non Slip Grip: Yes
    • Bypass Relief Valve: No
    • Filter Type: Spin-on Canister

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    aFe Power Oil Filter 44-LF016 for 2003 Honda Civic
    • Part # 44-LF016
    • SKU # 881423

    Notes: Engine Oil Filter. Pro GUARD D2 oil filter.

    • PRICE: 14.99
    • Filter Media Material: NA
    • Anti-Drain Back Valve: No
    • Bypass Relief Valve: No
    • Filter Type: Spin-on Canister

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    aFe Power Oil Filter 44-LF017 for 2003 Honda Civic
    • Part # 44-LF017
    • SKU # 881314

    Notes: Engine Oil Filter. Pro GUARD D2 oil filter.

    • PRICE: 14.99
    • Filter Media Material: NA
    • Anti-Drain Back Valve: No
    • Bypass Relief Valve: No
    • Filter Type: Spin-on Canister

About


2003 Honda Civic Oil Filter

Each 2003 Honda Civic has an internal combustion engine that depends on motor oil for lubrication, cooling, and protection. A special oil filter cleans the oil constantly as you run the car, and regular filter and oil changes keep your engine protected and in good condition. You can find compatible 2003 Civic oil filter options at AutoZone from brands you know and trust like STP and Fram.

When to Change Your Oil Filter

An oil filter is good for between 5,000 and 10,000 miles, but it's better to change the filter close to the 5,000-mile mark whenever possible. This means you should replace the oil filter each time you change the oil in your Honda. If you aren't sure which filter to get, you can input your car's year, make, model, and engine size for a list of filters to choose from.

Replacing Your 2003 Honda Civic Oil Filter

With the oil filter for your 2003 Honda Civic ready, raise your vehicle and rest it on jack stands to access the underside of your Civic. Lay a drain pan under your car's oil pan and unbolt the oil drain plug to let your old motor oil drain into the pan. Replace the plug and locate and unscrew the oil filter above and to the side of your Honda Civic oil pan. You may need a filter wrench to loosen the filter if it's tight enough. Snug your new filter using only your hand to tighten it. Remove the drain pan and lower your Civic. Add new oil to the oil filler neck until your oil reservoir is full and you're done.

AutoZone offers the right maintenance and repair parts for your Honda Civic. Select items are eligible for Free Next-Day Delivery or Same-Day In-Store or Curbside Pickup so you have your parts exactly when you need them.

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Ever since I started doing the oil change in my cars, I've used this brand and I'm really comfortable when I do because I know I'm using something that is going to last compared to when I used to take it to the mechanic. Before they will put the cheapest filter and sometimes they not even changed the filter. So I suggest that you start learning how to change it yourselves. It really isn't that hard.

What kind of vehicle do you drive? 2003 Honda Civic

Ever since I started doing the oil change in my cars, I've used this brand and I'm really comfortable when I do because I know I'm using something that is going to last compared to when I used to take it to the mechanic. Before they will put the cheapest filter and sometimes they not even changed the filter. So I suggest that you start learning how to change it yourselves. It really isn't that hard.

What kind of vehicle do you drive? 2003 Honda Civic