Motor oil is an engine parts lubricant. As it does its job, it captures contaminants. It also retains a few impurities from its production process. Moreover, it can turn to gunk if a radiator doesn't get rid of engine heat properly. The bottom line: all that crud can accumulate on an oil pump and its bearings, among other parts of a motor. If it does, they'll start to wear out double quick. The best way to keep that from happening to your Honda is to install an original oil filter. What oil filters do is catch these pollutants before they can hinder engine performance. To keep your engine working the way it should, be sure to replace your filter consistently. You can change it during each oil change or at every other one. You can also do it every 3,000 miles or 3 months, whichever comes first. Either way, you should avoid using aftermarket oil filters. They can't guarantee the correct gasket and thread sizes, and a filter with the wrong dimensions can either cause oil leakage or completely detach. The latter can seriously damage your engine. The best replacement oil filter, then? OEM Honda. Those designed specifically by Honda will fit its vehicles most reliably. You can buy them directly from your brand for peace of mind, too, right here online at our auto parts store. Order today!
Holder, Oil Filter
Part Number: 90015-PH1-013
Engine Oil Filter
Part Number: 8-97140-666-0
Replaces: 5-86202-199-0, 5-86205-490-0, 5-86205-491-0, 5-86207-182-0, 8-94135-747-1, 8-94149-418-0, 8-94411-084-0, 8-94430-411-1, 8-94430-411-2, 8-94456-741-0, 8-94456-741-1, 8-94456-741-2
Engine Oil Filter
Part Number: 15400-PLM-A02
Replaces: 15400-P0H-305, 15400-PLC-003, 15400-PLC-004, 15400-PLM-A01, 15400-RBA-F01, 15400-RTA-003, 15400-RTA-004
Description: This OEM Honda oil filter, part number 15400-PLM-A02, fits select Honda vehicles from model years 2000 all the way to 2021. Its job is... More Info
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