The air filter in the Honda Civic SI prevents dirt and debris from entering the engine to ensure good performance. Honda recommends replacing the air filter in the Civic SI once every 30,000 miles under typical driving conditions. If the car is frequently used in dusty areas, check the air filter more often. These instructions pertain to the 2010 Honda Civic SI, but the procedure for replacing the air filter in the Civic SI is similar for most model years.
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Things you need
- New air filter
- Philips screwdriver
- Cleaning cloth
Turn the engine off and open the bonnet.
Locate the air filter housing on the driver's side of the engine compartment behind the battery.
Loosen the five bolts on the top of the housing with a Phillips screwdriver or wrench.
Move the housing cover to the left and lift up on the right side to remove it from the base.
Remove the old air filter.
Clean the inside of the air filter housing with a damp cloth.
Insert the new air filter into the air filter housing.
Replace the air filter housing cover. Tighten the five bolts that keep the cover securely closed.
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