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Genuine Honda Civic Type-R FN2 Oil Filter & Sump Washer 2007-2011

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Part Number: 15400PLMA02

Genuine Honda Civic Type-R FN2 Oil Filter & Sump Washer 2007-2011

Replaces Part Number 15400RBAF01

Oil filters are designed to filter out metallic powder or other contaminants generated within the oil due to oxidation, such as varnish or sludge, and return clean oil free of contaminants to the engine. If the oil filter becomes blocked and the relief valve remains open, contaminants cannot be removed from the oil and are circulated within the engine, which may result in engine damage.


  • The filter stores a unique series of folds to increase its surface area, resulting in superior filtration and operating life.
  • When the engine is stopped, the design of these filters prevent oil from draining from oil channels throughout the engine. This ensures that oil is supplied to required areas as soon as the engine is restarted.


Honda Genuine Oil Filters are tested for each series of engine and manufactured to provide optimal filtration

Ensure you use the correct oil for your Honda. Topping Up or changing your Oil with the wrong specification can damage your engine and emission control system.

  1. Remove the engine undercover.
  2. Remove the oil filter with the oil filter wrench.
  3. Inspect the filter to make sure the rubber seal is not stuck to the oil filter seating surface of the engine.
  4. Inspect the threads and rubber seal on the new filter. Clean the seat on the oil pan, then apply a light coat of new engine oil to the filter rubber seal. Use only filters with a built-in bypass system.
  5. Install the oil filter by hand


  1. After the rubber seal seats, tighten the oil filter clockwise with the oil filter wrench.
Tighten: 3/4 Turn Clockwise
Tightening Torque: 12N·m (1.2 kgf·m, 8.7 lbf·ft)


  1. If four numbers or marks (1 to 4 or ▼ to ▼▼▼▼) are printed around the outside of the filter, you can use the following procedure to tighten the filter.
    • Spin the filter on until its seal lightly seats against the oil pan, and note which number or mark is at the bottom.
    • Tighten the filter by turning it clockwise three numbers or marks from the one you noted. For example, if mark ▼ is at the bottom when the seal is lightly seated, tighten the filter until the mark ▼▼▼▼ comes around to the bottom.
Number or Mark when rubber seal is seated 1 or ▼ 2 or ▼▼ 3 or ▼▼▼ 4 or ▼▼▼▼
Number or Mark after tightening 4 or ▼▼▼▼ 1 or ▼ 2 or ▼▼ 3        or ▼▼▼


  1. After installation, fill the engine with oil up to the specified level, run the engine for more than 3 minutes, then check for oil leakage.

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