Top 5 Honda Civic Cabin Air Filters

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ECOGARD XC36080 Premium Cabin Air Filter Fits Acura RDX 2019-2020, Honda Civic 2016-2019, CR-V 2017-2019, Fit 2009-2019, HR-V 2016-2019, Odyssey 2018-2020, Insight 2010-2019, Clarity 2017-2019
FRAM Fresh Breeze Cabin Air Filter with Arm & Hammer Baking Soda, CF10134 for Honda Vehicles
TYC 800001P2 Honda Replacement Cabin Air Filter
TYC 800003P Cabin Air Filter, Single
Genuine OEM Honda Civic Air and Cabin Filter Set
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Ecogard XC36080 Premium Cabin Air Filter
FRAM CF10134 Cabin Air Filter
TYC 800001P2 Honda Replacement Cabin Air Filter
TYC 800003P Cabin Air Filter, Single
Genuine OEM Honda Civic Air and Cabin Filter Set
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Ecogard
FRAM
TYC
TYC
Honda
for Honda Civic
2009-2019
2006-2015
2001-2005
2006-2015
2006-2011
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Price
$10.99
$11.84
$9.90
$8.59
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ECOGARD XC36080 Premium Cabin Air Filter Fits Acura RDX 2019-2020, Honda Civic 2016-2019, CR-V 2017-2019, Fit 2009-2019, HR-V 2016-2019, Odyssey 2018-2020, Insight 2010-2019, Clarity 2017-2019
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Ecogard XC36080 Premium Cabin Air Filter
Brand
Ecogard
for Honda Civic
2009-2019
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Customer Rating
Price
$10.99
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FRAM Fresh Breeze Cabin Air Filter with Arm & Hammer Baking Soda, CF10134 for Honda Vehicles
Title
FRAM CF10134 Cabin Air Filter
Brand
FRAM
for Honda Civic
2006-2015
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Customer Rating
Price
$11.84
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TYC 800001P2 Honda Replacement Cabin Air Filter
Title
TYC 800001P2 Honda Replacement Cabin Air Filter
Brand
TYC
for Honda Civic
2001-2005
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Customer Rating
Price
$9.90
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TYC 800003P Cabin Air Filter, Single
Title
TYC 800003P Cabin Air Filter, Single
Brand
TYC
for Honda Civic
2006-2015
Prime Benefits
Customer Rating
Price
$8.59
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Genuine OEM Honda Civic Air and Cabin Filter Set
Title
Genuine OEM Honda Civic Air and Cabin Filter Set
Brand
Honda
for Honda Civic
2006-2011
Prime Benefits
-
Customer Rating
Price
Price not available
Top 5 Honda Civic Cabin Air Filters

Honda Civic (2006-2011) – Cabin Air Filter Replacement.

Honda Civic Cabin Air Filter FAQ

What is a cabin air filter?

A cabin air filter is a part of the car’s inner airflow system that is usually located between the air intake and the heating radiator. It serves for stopping the small particles (as little as 1 micron in diameter) like dust, road grime, pollen, etc. and letting the filtered air flow inside the car.

The filter consists of the plastic frame and filtering element. In some cases (e.g. with the Honda Civic cabin air filter), the frameless models are installed. The filtering element can be made of the synthetic or carbon-based material. The carbon filters can also adsorb chemical particles decreasing the intensity of the scent coming with the air.

The regular filter has a rectangular shape. However, for space economy, certain car models might have a triangular or polygonal, stretched, or rounded shape.

How often the cabin air filter should be changed?

A number of factors influence the service life of the cabin air filter:

– Area. If the typical area of your driving is dusty, or if there’s a high level of contaminants in the air, the filter should be changed more frequently. Windy areas usually also favor faster wearing of the filter.
– Car mileage. The more you drive, the more air flows through the car’s HVAC, the more job there is for a filter. Don’t delay the replacement if you’re over 25.000 miles with the same cabin air filter.
– Filter service life. Though the modern filters are quite durable, they might get disrupted by the dry leaves of other small objects sucked in by the air intake. If the air inside the car became heavier, check the filter condition and replace it if needed.

How to replace the cabin air filter?

The changing procedure is quite simple and usually doesn’t require any tools:

1. Open and empty the glove box.
2. Hold the glove box on the sides and push them a bit inwards until the clamps let go, and the glove box slides out.
3. Release the latches on the filter holding frame and take it out.Remember the direction in which the arrows on the filter are pointing.
4. Inspect and clean the compartment from the dirt and debris.
5. Put the new filter into the frame or a framed filter into the compartment. Make sure the arrows point the same way they did on the old filter.
6. Install the glove box in its place.

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