How to Change Oil on 2016+ Civic 1.5L Turbo

  1. se7encrows

    se7encrows Senior Member

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    That's correct. These filters will work on your Civic. Just used on on my last oil change. Bought them through Amazon as well.
     
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    meh just pick up a napa gold filter made by WIX same OEM manufacturer that makes the A01. It even costs the same retail
     
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    18ft lbs is the standard on many drain bolts. Basically a slight nudge after fully seated. Just do it by feel now.
     
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    A dealer can't deny you warranty for using a non OEM supplied filter or oil or really anything. The burden of proof is on them if they choose to play that card.
     
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    You may be looking at the power equipment, non-auto, equivalent. I think the same model has variations not for our car. If this isn't the case, try changing the model year (I am assuming you have your car saved to your 'garage' on amazon) to 2016. Same goes for any other lookup, site, etc. I bought my 2017 in November, so I figured this out when I came across many pages that did not even have 2017 as an option.
     
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    I thought that, but all the numbers are the same, so I couldn't figure out how to tell. I tried like you said and put in a 2016, but that didn't work either. I since found other listings on Amazon for the same filter that do say they for, so it must be a glitch or something with that particular seller.
     
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    Does anyone know the part number for the 2 metal philips screws that hold the underbody metal plate? Not to be mixed with the 6 plastic flathead ones.

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    https://www.hondapartscheap.com/oem-parts/honda-bolt-cover-lower-90105tbaa00

    Just ordered two myself last night. My dealership did my oil change and didn't put them back. Also didn't put back 2 of the quick turn silver ones. This led to the air dam hanging lower than usual. I went to park at work and completely jacked up my air dam and broke the plastic where where it attaches. When I got home I drove the car up on ramps and saw all the missing screws! Needless to say I was furious. Decided to just fix it myself and do all the oil changes myself from here on out. How incompetent are you at your job when you can't put screws back where they belong after a simple oil change??o_Oo_O:mad::mad:
     
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    arhncmh It's not my fault, really.

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    Very curious if the part you bought is a match. Please post a pic. Thanks.
     
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    I will as soon as I get them. They just shipped today. :)
     
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    Here ya go! Confirmed! :thumbsup:

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    arhncmh It's not my fault, really.

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    Nice...

    Now, can you find the quarter-turn fasteners? They seem to be quite a mystery.
     
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    I did my first oil change on my 2017 Touring Civic today, with just over 900 miles on the engine. Unfortunately the oil filter was too darn tight to take off, so I'll leave the filter for the 2nd oil change. Instead of putting back the drain plug, I used a Fumoto engine oil drain valve, model F106S. So in another 900 to 1000 miles, I'll change oil and filter (the filter I got was a bit too large...the original filter has a slightly smaller diameter on the end than the replacement filters I have.) and I'll be sure to have the correct filter wrench. I used Mobil 1 Full Synthetic 0w-20 for the oil. Cheers :)
     
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    I'm just curious, why are you changing the oil so soon? I had almost 5000 miles on my MM when it was due for my first change and I know a lot of guys have gotten way more than that. Plus, if I remember correctly, there was a bulletin from Honda saying specifically to not do your first change early for some reason I can't remember now. Don't quote me on that though,lol
     
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