How Do You Replace An Air Cleaner Element In A Honda Civic?
Premiering in 1973, the Honda Civic has been a long-lived staple in the Honda Motors Corporation. Throughout its tenure, it has endured eight different generational redesigns featuring six different engines. While the Civic has always used an engine air-cleaner element (more commonly referred to as an air filter), the newer versions also feature a cabin air filter. While the engine air filter cleans the air going to the engine, the cabin air filter cleans the air coming into the passenger cab of the vehicle. Open the hood to the Honda Civic and locate the air filter element box. Depending on the year and size engine, the placement of the box may vary. Commonly it’s on the passenger side, toward the front, behind the passenger headlight assembly. Remove the air box cover retaining screws using a ratchet, extension and an 8-mm socket. The retaining screws will remain seated in the cover, but need to be unthreaded from the air box base. Remove the air box cover. Remove the old filter from