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Premium Guard
1984 Honda Accord Engine Oil Filter 4 Cyl 1.8L Premium Guard

P311-2208BBC    PO4612  New

Qty:
$3.02
Premium Guard Engine Oil Filter
  • Supersede: Replaces PO4610 once inventory is depleted
  • Pronto Standard Filter
Brand: Premium Guard
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1984 - Honda Accord L 1829 -
Premium Guard
2003 Honda Accord Engine Oil Filter 6 Cyl 3.0L Premium Guard

P311-2208BBC    PO4612  New

Qty:
$3.02
Premium Guard Engine Oil Filter
  • Supersede: Replaces PO4610 once inventory is depleted FILTECH TOYO ROKI
  • Pronto Standard Filter
Brand: Premium Guard
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2003 - Honda Accord V 2997 183
Premium Guard
2011 Honda Accord Engine Oil Filter 6 Cyl 3.5L Premium Guard

P311-2208BBC    PO4612  New

Qty:
$3.02
Premium Guard Engine Oil Filter
  • Supersede: Replaces PO4610 once inventory is depleted Manufacturer recommends 7,500 miles oil change intervals with synthetic oil and Extended Life Filter
  • Pronto Standard Filter
Brand: Premium Guard
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2011 - Honda Accord V 3471 212
Premium Guard
2011 Honda Accord Engine Oil Filter 4 Cyl 2.4L Premium Guard

P311-2208BBC    PO4612  New

Qty:
$3.02
Premium Guard Engine Oil Filter
  • Supersede: Replaces PO4610 once inventory is depleted FILTECH TOYO ROKI Manufacturer recommends 7,500 miles oil change intervals with synthetic oil and Extended Life Filter
  • Pronto Standard Filter
Brand: Premium Guard
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2011 - Honda Accord L 2354 144
Premium Guard
2016 Honda Pilot Engine Oil Filter 6 Cyl 3.5L Premium Guard

P311-2208BBC    PO4612  New

Qty:
$3.02
Premium Guard Engine Oil Filter
  • Supersede: Replaces PO4610 once inventory is depleted Manufacturer recommends 10,000 miles oil change intervals with synthetic oil and Extended Life Filter
  • Pronto Standard Filter
Brand: Premium Guard
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2016 - Honda Pilot V 3471 -
Genuine
2000 Honda S2000 Engine Oil Filter Genuine

P311-4584352    W0133-1636564  New

Qty:
$13.01
Genuine Engine Oil Filter
  • This Original Equipment Manufacturer part is the same part that was made & installed by the car manufacturer at the factory where the car was produced.
Brand: Genuine
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2000 - Honda S2000
NPN
1984 Honda Accord Engine Oil Filter NPN

P311-49C1947    W0133-1640946  New

Qty:
$5.93
NPN Engine Oil Filter
  • Honda no longer offers this oil filter but has superseded it to a shorter version. We still offer the taller filter for those customers that prefer it, but it should not be used to replace the shorter filter on 1990 and later vehicles. Customers that prefer the shorter filter can use any of the following filter #s for this application: 15400-PLM-A01, 15400-PLM-A02, 15400-PT7-005, 15400-P0H-305, or any of the Bosch or Denso equivalents.
  • - Ht-100mm / Dia-84mm
Brand: NPN
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Vehicle
1984 - Honda Accord
NPN
1985 Honda Accord Engine Oil Filter NPN

P311-49C1947    W0133-1640946  New

Qty:
$5.93
NPN Engine Oil Filter
  • Honda no longer offers this oil filter but has superseded it to a shorter version. We still offer the taller filter for those customers that prefer it, but it should not be used to replace the shorter filter on 1990 and later vehicles. Customers that prefer the shorter filter can use any of the following filter #s for this application: 15400-PLM-A01, 15400-PLM-A02, 15400-PT7-005, 15400-P0H-305, or any of the Bosch or Denso equivalents.
  • - Ht-100mm / Dia-84mm
Brand: NPN
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1985 - Honda Accord
Full
2002 Honda CR-V Engine Oil Filter Full

P311-1D5B2C2    W0133-1625932  New

Qty:
$4.82
Full Engine Oil Filter
  • Extreme care must be taken to insure that the filter sealing surface on the engine block is clean and that ALL gasket material and other debris from the old filter have been removed BEFORE installing a fresh filter. Failure to do so can lead to oil leakage which is a potential fire hazard if the leak drips onto exhaust system components nearby.
  • - Ht-85mm / Dia-69mm
Brand: Full
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2002 - Honda CR-V
Genuine
2002 Honda CR-V Engine Oil Filter Genuine

P311-53ABD4A    W0133-1625932  New

Qty:
$10.94
Genuine Engine Oil Filter
  • This Original Equipment Manufacturer part is the same part that was made & installed by the car manufacturer at the factory where the car was produced.
  • Extreme care must be taken to insure that the filter sealing surface on the engine block is clean and that ALL gasket material and other debris from the old filter have been removed BEFORE installing a fresh filter. Failure to do so can lead to oil leakage which is a potential fire hazard if the leak drips onto exhaust system components nearby.
  • - Ht-85mm / Dia-69mm
Brand: Genuine
This Product is Eligible for Free Ground Shipping
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2002 - Honda CR-V
Full
2007 Honda CR-V Engine Oil Filter Full

P311-1D5B2C2    W0133-1625932  New

Qty:
$4.82
Full Engine Oil Filter
  • - Ht-85mm / Dia-69mm
Brand: Full
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Vehicle
2007 - Honda CR-V
Genuine
2007 Honda CR-V Engine Oil Filter Genuine

P311-53ABD4A    W0133-1625932  New

Qty:
$10.94
Genuine Engine Oil Filter
  • This Original Equipment Manufacturer part is the same part that was made & installed by the car manufacturer at the factory where the car was produced.
  • - Ht-85mm / Dia-69mm
Brand: Genuine
This Product is Eligible for Free Ground Shipping
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2007 - Honda CR-V
Full
1992 Honda Accord Engine Oil Filter Full

P311-2FB6C09    W0133-1640627  New

Qty:
$4.82
Full Engine Oil Filter
  • - Ht-85mm / Dia-69mm
Brand: Full
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1992 - Honda Accord
Mahle
2000 Honda S2000 Engine Oil Filter Mahle

P311-3F31998    W0133-1636564  New

Qty:
$7.52
Mahle Engine Oil Filter
  • - Spin-On
Brand: Mahle
This Product is Eligible for Free Ground Shipping
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2000 - Honda S2000
NPN
1984 Honda Accord Engine Oil Filter NPN

P311-49C1947    W0133-1640946  New

Qty:
$3.77
NPN Engine Oil Filter
  • Honda no longer offers this oil filter but has superseded it to a shorter version. We still offer the taller filter for those customers that prefer it, but it should not be used to replace the shorter filter on 1990 and later vehicles. Customers that prefer the shorter filter can use any of the following filter #s for this application: 15400-PLM-A01, 15400-PLM-A02, 15400-PT7-005, 15400-P0H-305, or any of the Bosch or Denso equivalents.
  • - Ht-85mm / Dia-69mm
Brand: NPN
This Product is Eligible for Free Ground Shipping
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Vehicle
1984 - Honda Accord
NPN
2002 Honda CR-V Engine Oil Filter NPN

P311-1C02BB3    W0133-1625932  New

Qty:
$3.77
NPN Engine Oil Filter
  • Extreme care must be taken to insure that the filter sealing surface on the engine block is clean and that ALL gasket material and other debris from the old filter have been removed BEFORE installing a fresh filter. Failure to do so can lead to oil leakage which is a potential fire hazard if the leak drips onto exhaust system components nearby.
  • - Ht-85mm / Dia-69mm
Brand: NPN
This Product is Eligible for Free Ground Shipping
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2002 - Honda CR-V
Mahle
2002 Honda CR-V Engine Oil Filter Mahle

P311-1F995A8    W0133-1625932  New

Qty:
$8.58
Mahle Engine Oil Filter
  • Extreme care must be taken to insure that the filter sealing surface on the engine block is clean and that ALL gasket material and other debris from the old filter have been removed BEFORE installing a fresh filter. Failure to do so can lead to oil leakage which is a potential fire hazard if the leak drips onto exhaust system components nearby.
  • - Ht-85mm / Dia-69mm
Brand: Mahle
This Product is Eligible for Free Ground Shipping
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Vehicle
2002 - Honda CR-V
Genuine
2002 Honda CR-V Engine Oil Filter Genuine

P311-53ABD4A    W0133-1625932  New

Qty:
$8.91
Genuine Engine Oil Filter
  • This Original Equipment Manufacturer part is the same part that was made & installed by the car manufacturer at the factory where the car was produced.
  • Extreme care must be taken to insure that the filter sealing surface on the engine block is clean and that ALL gasket material and other debris from the old filter have been removed BEFORE installing a fresh filter. Failure to do so can lead to oil leakage which is a potential fire hazard if the leak drips onto exhaust system components nearby.
  • 12 Filters per Case.
  • - Ht-85mm / Dia-69mm
Brand: Genuine
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Vehicle
2002 - Honda CR-V
NPN
2007 Honda CR-V Engine Oil Filter NPN

P311-1C02BB3    W0133-1625932  New

Qty:
$3.77
NPN Engine Oil Filter
  • - Ht-85mm / Dia-69mm
Brand: NPN
This Product is Eligible for Free Ground Shipping
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Vehicle
2007 - Honda CR-V
Mahle
2007 Honda CR-V Engine Oil Filter Mahle

P311-1F995A8    W0133-1625932  New

Qty:
$8.58
Mahle Engine Oil Filter
  • - Ht-85mm / Dia-69mm
Brand: Mahle
This Product is Eligible for Free Ground Shipping
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2007 - Honda CR-V

Latest Honda Repair and Oil Filter Installation Advice

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oil filter removal 97 Honda CRV

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Question From ZmanWA on oil filter removal 97 Honda CRV

I've changed oil a bazillion times but today for the first time did so on a 97 Honda CRV. Wow. Buried deep behind and unable to get enough leverage to undo. Not enough room to get the filter wrench on there. Tried by hand and it was simply too tight + there just wasn't much room to operate. Anyone dealt with this and have any particular advice? Thanks.

Response From Hammer Time

I did one today with a 2.0 and you have to reach through the right wheel well with filter pliers.

Response From ZmanWA Top Rated Answer

That's what I was looking for. Sounds like it will work. Thank you.

oil leak

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Question From surfingwin on oil leak

1992 honda accord 4cyl 250000. we have a oil leak from the base that holds the oil filter> this base connects into the block. Can i replace that part and what is it called. thanks

Response From Rangerj Top Rated Answer


1992 honda accord 4cyl 250000. we have a oil leak from the base that holds the oil filter> this base connects into the block. Can i replace that part and what is it called. thanks
Not sure about your model,but on some autos you can replace the gasket between the base and the block.A parts store or dealer could tell you if your car has a gasket.

87 Honda Accord issues

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Question From Dave777 on 87 Honda Accord issues

I have a 1987 Honda Accord, I thought I had shifting problems , I have replaced the upper bushing in the motor mount, ( was worn out ) allthough it helped I still have a problem when i shift ,it bucks and jumps at around 2000 to 2800 rpm. Now, when it is cold it does not do that at all... Only when it has warmed up to operating temp will it buck and jump.
Any help would be appreciated,
Thanks Dave777

Response From prolube

check to make sure your coolant temp sensor is operating properly if its not then it will send wrong temp reading to the computer and it can give you to much or not enough fuel depending on what its reading. if its reading cold when the engine is warmed up it gives it to much fuel

Response From Dave777

Thanks prolube, I will call parts store tomorrow ... Hope this works.
Thanks Again!!
Dave777

Response From prolube

let me know if that fixes the problem

Response From Dave777 Top Rated Answer

Sure thing prolube, i will let you know I'll look at it on thursday... I had a tough time locating it at first, I am pretty sure it is on the back side of the block above the oil filter , I can see a sensor with electrical wires going to it but is very hard to get to.
Dave777

Response From prolube

when i go back to work on monday ill check my alldata and figure out exactly where its located for you.

Response From Dave777

Thanks could it possibly be a vaccuum problem? There are so many vaccuum lines on that thing.

Response From prolube

it could be vacuum but im leaning towards no cause more than likely it would do it all the time no just when its warmed up

Response From Tom Greenleaf

IMO: It's old enough to be an open book of possible causes including vacuum leaks. A vacuum leak can do a few things. It can lean the mixture ratio which would be noticed at low/no loads and idle speeds more than under load and higher loads/RPMs. The time frame when engine is cold it should be getting extra fuel which could cover symptoms for the short while.

That and when a real vacuum leak is present the item(s) detecting it are getting wrong information even if just mechanical diaphragms and making wrong adjustments.

Vacuum leaks can be found (one way and there's not one perfect find-them-all way) is to spray at suspect areas carb cleaner and idle would change for better or worse if one is present. That method needs common sense and used sparingly as carb cleaners are flammable and on hot engine parts can catch fire. If not prepared or comfortable don't do that and seek help.

There's a lot on these engines to make them run well and sudden drop to idle is considered in the design as would/could be the case while shifting. Engine should ease to idle just right or would stall or could stumble. Multiple controls would try to cover that - electrical, mechanical and the vacuum integrity among the many possibilities,

T

Response From Dave777

Thanks Tom, Im taking it out to a guy to have it " Smoke Tested " for a vacuum leak today. I will let you and prolube know just what happened .
Thanks Again for both of your help!!!
Dave777

Response From Tom Greenleaf

Cool - that's one of several ways to test for leaks. Doesn't work if windy outdoors or with fans on so I don't do it that way but it's worth the try,

T

Response From Dave777

Well here's the latest, I got the car back from "the smoke test" all is good!! I still have the same problem......
He suggested it may have something to do with the clutch pedal safety switch?? He told me there may be a short in it, and when I push in the clutch the car seems to cut out on electrical power for a second when I shift and only when i am under power Hummm . Strange. I will check the switch for a short. It makes a little sense because I can start the car in gear and the clutch out!!
He also told me I had a number "3" misfire , compression test checked out good, and I replaced the plugs (autolite) and wires and new cap and rotor. Could it be a bad plug? I will replace them with NGK.
Still Frustrated with this!!!
Any help??
Thanks Dave777

1993 Honda Accord LX engine vibration

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Question From antler15 on 1993 Honda Accord LX engine vibration

1993 Honda Accord LX
243,xxx miles
4-cyl; 3.3?
Had vehicle serviced--oil/filter plus other fluids changed four days ago. Drove home and back for holiday--less than 300 miles total, and this morning car startup was very rough. Engine idle was rough, like a hesitation to keep going. Driving and shifting in lower gears also showed hesitation, but after driving for five minutes and getting up to about 4,000 rpm/40 mph the engine settled down to normal. I ran my errands and parked the car. Later in the day I started the car and the hesitation returned, this time it did not go away. I have no idea what caused the vibration/hesitation, and also don't know why or how it left the first time, but this concerns me a great deal as you might imagine. Please help.

Response From re-tired Top Rated Answer

Check the ductwork from the airfilter to the throttlebody . see if its cocked ,loose, or a sensor to or near it is unplugged.

1993 Honda Civic ex wont start

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Question From erikawilde on 1993 Honda Civic ex wont start

Ok I have a 1993 Honda Civic EX vtec 1.6 liter single overhead cam with 130K miles on it.

One day i was driving the car and the oil pump light came on, I checked the oil and it was low so i put 2 quarts in. Light went off for a few miles then came back on and i could hear the valves ticking. I checked the oil and it was low again so I assumed it to be the oil pump so I parked the car till morning. I replaced the oil pump then crunk it, well it gets oil now but did some damage to the crank and bearings under the #1 cylinder. I had the crank and the #1 rod turned and fitted with new main and rod bearings. I replaced all gaskets, oil, oil filter, spark plugs, wires and rear main seal and put the car back together. Once I timed the car I crunk it and it ran fine so I started putting the rest back together. Now for my problem, it wont start. It turns over and its getting fire and fuel, #1 plug is burnt and #4 just smells like gas and also the break lights wont go off for some reason. I've exhausted all ideas of what it might be so if you can help please let me know thank you.

Response From Loren Champlain Sr

erika; The first thing would be to re-check cam timing. Very easy to get the belt off a tooth. After confirming it is correct, take a compression test. Obviously, we are concerned with #1 & #4. (take a reading on all four cylinders, post the results) You may have to squirt some oil into #4 due to the overfueling. If the compression is okay, connect a fuel pressure guage. Turn the key on, read the pressure. Turn the key off, and watch to see if the pressure bleeds off quickly. I'm suspecting either a compression issue, or an injector problem.
When you mentioned that #1 plug was "burnt", please elaborate. Overfueling will contaminate the engine oil and cause a lack of lubrication which could be your inital problem. Even though you probably have fresh oil in the engine, you will more than likely have to change it again.

Response From erikawilde

I failed to mention that the first time i put it together it was off a tooth so i had to retime it but im for certain that its correct this time. Oh and once I put the oil pump on and found out i needed the crank and rod turned etc... I didnt have the money so it sat for 4 months before I put it back together, i'm not sure if thats relevant or not. As for the #1 plug being burnt, its all black like its been charred but theres no gunk on it but it too smells like fuel. Thank you for the advice I will definitely get back to you with the results from the tests.

Response From Loren Champlain Sr Top Rated Answer

erika; Black and sooty means too much fuel. White means too little (or too much air). Honda engines are an interference type, meaning that if the cam timing is incorrect, the piston can make contact with an open valve and bend the valve. This doesn't mean that it WILL happen, just that it CAN happen. A compression test should answer the question. I've had many Hondas towed in with broken timing belts. Only about 5% (if, that) bend valves. So, we'll keep our fingers crossed.