2008 Honda Civic Oil Filter

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        STP Oil Filter S7317 for 2008 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 2008 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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        ACDelco Oil Filter PF2057 for 2008 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 2008 Honda Civic
        • Part # 15400-PLM-A02
        • SKU # 86660

        Notes: Engine Oil Filter. OEM oil filter.

        • 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 2008 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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      2008 Honda Civic Oil Filter

      Like all vehicles, your 2008 Honda Civic relies on its oil filter to remove contaminants from the oil that keeps the engine clean. Every so often, you may need to swap out the oil filter for a new one so it continues to perform properly. AutoZone can help you find a 2008 Honda Civic oil filter and other parts at the right price for your needs.

      When to Change Your Oil Filter

      Typically, you should change 2008 Honda Civic oil filters once every other oil change. So if you change your oil every 5000 miles, you should change the oil filter every 10,000 miles. Many Civic owners change the filter during every oil change for added protection. Check the owner's manual for your vehicle for exact mileage recommendations.

      How to Replace a 2008 Honda Civic Oil Filter

      Replacing an oil filter for your 2008 Honda Civic oil filter is simple once you find the right part. To do that, visit AutoZone and filter through available oil filters by year, make, model, and engine size. Then pick up your new filter with Curbside Pickup or Same-Day In-Store Pickup. Once you have your new filter in hand, place an oil drain pan underneath your vehicle, look for the drain plug, and remove it. After draining the old oil into the drain pan, remove the oil filter by turning it counterclockwise. Note that you may need to use an oil filter wrench. Then simply fit the new oil filter in the place and turn it clockwise. Don't forget to refill the engine with fresh oil so your vehicle runs smoothly.