2009 Honda Civic Oil Filter

Your vehicle relies on engine oil to keep things running smoothly, and the oil filter is a key part of that. Your 2009 Civic oil filter helps keep contaminants out of your car's motor oil, so that the lubricant can do its job without causing damage in the process. Over time, oil filters can lose their effectiveness. When this happens, there will be more contaminants in your car's engine oil, and those contaminants will come into contact with the engine, potentially causing damage. As such, it's important to change your oil filter with some regularity, and you can purchase filters for every year, make, model, and engine size at AutoZone.

A good rule of thumb is to replace your car's oil filter every other time that you have the oil changed. Some cars don't need the oil filter changed that frequently, or need it changed more frequently, so always consult the maintenance schedule in your owner's manual. Normally, oil changes are performed every 3,000 to 5,000 miles.

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      STP Oil Filter S7317 for 2009 Honda Civic
      • Part # S7317
      • SKU # 774676
        for pickup availability
        Standard Delivery by Mar. 01
        • PRICE: 5.79
        • Non Slip Grip: No
        • Outer Diameter Bottom: 2.58in
        • Filter Type: Spin-on
        • Flow Rate: 15gpm
        • Bypass Relief Valve Setting: 15PSI
        • Bypass Relief Valve: Yes
        • Inside Thread Size: 20 x 1.5 mm
        • Anti-Drain Back Valve: Yes
        • Micron Rating: 15
        • Burst Pressure: 256PSI
        • Filter Media Material: Cellulose
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        Fram Oil Filter PH7317 for 2009 Honda Civic
        • Part # PH7317
        • SKU # 188637
          for pickup availability
          Standard Delivery by Mar. 06 - 07
          Notes: Extra guard. Spin-on oil filter.
          • PRICE: 6.99
          • Filtering Material: Cellulose/Synthetic Blend
          • Non-slip Grip: Yes
          • Filter Style: Spin-on Canister
          • Anti-Drain Back Valve: Yes
          • Removal Nut: No
          • Gasket Material: Nitrile Rubber
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          Mobil 1 Oil Filter M1-110A for 2009 Honda Civic
          • Part # M1-110A
          • SKU # 196196
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            Standard Delivery by Mar. 01
            Notes: Synthetic oil application. Premium filter recommended. Availability limited to existing inventory.
            • PRICE: 16.99
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            ACDelco Oil Filter PF2057 for 2009 Honda Civic
            • Part # PF2057
            • SKU # 755630
              for pickup availability
              Home delivery unavailable
              Notes: Engine Oil Filter. Gold parts.
              • PRICE: 9.49
              • Weight: .48lb
              • Filter Type: Canister
              • Anti-Drain Back Valve: YES
              • Bypass Relief Valve Setting: 17
              • Width: 2.88in
              • Non Slip Grip: NO
              • Length: 3.5in
              • Micron Rating: 20
              • Height: 3.35in
              • Gasket Inside Diameter: 2.2in
              • Torque Nut: NO
              • Housing Color: Blue
              • Filter Media Material: Cellulose
              • Bypass Relief Valve: YES
              • Gasket Outside Diameter: 2.47in
              • Gasket Type: Gasket O-Ring
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              Original Equipment Oil Filter 15400-PLM-A02 for 2009 Honda Civic
              • Part # 15400-PLM-A02
              • SKU # 86660
                for pickup availability
                Standard Delivery by Mar. 01
                Notes: OEM oil filter.
                • PRICE: 13.99
                • Filter Type: Spin-on Canister
                • Inside Thread Size: 0
                • Non Slip Grip: Yes
                • Bypass Relief Valve: No
                • Filter Media Material: Cellulose
                • Anti-Drain Back Valve: No
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                K&N High Performance Oil Filter HP-1008 for 2009 Honda Civic
                • Part # HP-1008
                • SKU # 293401
                  for pickup availability
                  Standard Delivery by Mar. 02
                  Notes: Premium oil filter with wrench off nut. Spin on. High flow oil filter.
                  • PRICE: 16.99
                  • Filter Type: Spin-on Canister
                  • Non Slip Grip: No
                  • Inside Thread Size: M20 x 1.5
                  • Filter Media Material: High Flow Premium Media
                  • Bypass Relief Valve: Yes
                  • Anti-Drain Back Valve: Yes
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                  aFe Power Oil Filter 44-LF016 for 2009 Honda Civic
                  • Part # 44-LF016
                  • SKU # 881423
                    for pickup availability
                    Standard Delivery by Mar. 02
                    Notes: Pro GUARD D2 oil filter.
                    • PRICE: 14.99
                    • Filter Type: Spin-on Canister
                    • Filter Media Material: NA
                    • Bypass Relief Valve: No
                    • Anti-Drain Back Valve: No

                  About 2009 Honda Civic Oil Filter

                  How to Replace Your 2009 Honda Civic Oil Filter

                  To swap out the oil filter for Honda Civic models, first lift your car and drain the oil. Then remove the old oil filter using an oil wrench. Lubricate the seal on your new Civic oil filter, and screw it into place. Now you can add fresh oil to your car, and you'll be good as new.

                  AutoZone carries oil filters from all the top brands, and they're available with Same-Day In-Store Pickup. Free Next-Day Delivery is also available on eligible orders.

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                  Jess

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                  It seems to work really well. I have always used this brand and will continue to use it

                  What kind of vehicle do you drive? 2009 honda civic