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  1. Online buying genuine fluids, filters etc

    Gen 3: 2007-2011 (UK 2008-2012) CR-V
    Am i the only one that worries about buying genuine fluids online? I look at amazon and a lot of the fluids like honda ATF-W1 and oil filters come from sellers not amazon itself same with ebay you never know if the product is genuine. I've been buying from the local dealer but it would be nice...
  2. Change your filters yet?

    Gen 5: 2017-20xx (UK 2018-20xx) CR-V
    I've got 21k on the car now and although it hasn't shown up on the MM yet, this is about time I would normally change them. Anyone done either yet and at what milage? Also, did you encounter any difficulties w/ the cabin filter? Thanks.
  3. K&N Filters

    Performance Modifications
    What is your take on the K&N Filter for the 2017/2018? I am seriously thinking about adding one. Not sure how much of an increase in performance I will notice. Has anyone added the K&N yet?
  4. oil filters

    Gen 5: 2017-20xx (UK 2018-20xx) CR-V
    I changed the oil in my 2017 and my 2012 CR-V today the factory filters have different part numbers.They are the same size physically the dealer says the are the same what do they know. why the different numbers?does anyone know? thanks
  5. air and cabin filters

    Maintenance and Service
    hello people; 13V here. I just bought the filters and 3 windshield wiper replacements from my local dealer and the filters price went up over $10 a pc. from the last time I got them. So it was almost $100.00 for two filters and three wiper blades. What do you think? Did the prices go up because...
  6. Walmart supertech filter smaller than any other filters, will it work?

    Gen 1: 1996-2001 (UK 1995-2001) CR-V
    Ok, so my 2001 CRV was due for an oil change. With 317k miles and a valve cover gasket leak, i don't run the pricey stuff. I picked up my gallon of super tech oil and oil filter and when i got home I realized the filter itself is much skinnier but taller. It fit, and the o ring looks to be...
  7. Air Filters: OEM vs Third Parties

    Performance Modifications
    Hey guys, I am contemplating on whether to buy a OEM or a third party air filter for my V 03. The OEM costs $25 The third party ones: Fram: $12.50 Wix: $14.00...
  8. Remember change your filters

    Maintenance and Service
    Just did my fist A-1,2 service and changed my filters 24,000 miles and these were worse than I thought they would be
  9. New Air Filters (3)

    Trading Post
    Family asked I post this ... We sold all our 2009,2010 and 2011 Honda CR-V's Have left over 3 new air filters that fit at least 2009-2011 models but likely fit other years and other Hondas also (Element, Accord, Civic, Fit etc) ... do a cross reference check on amazon and use the "see if it...
  10. OEM filters

    Maintenance and Service
    hello people; 13V Where is the best place to buy them? IBBY
  11. Genuine Honda-or other brand oil Filters

    Gen 4: 2012-2016 (UK 2012-2017) CR-V
    Obviously the OEM filters are what is what Honda recomends/uses.Just wondering who uses what after market, and why that is there decision. I have had very good results with Purolator pure one filters. I switched to them after I seen alot of brands filters cut open. Just wondering. Inquiring...
  12. $5.00 OEM Filters

    Maintenance and Service
    Got this in my email today in case anyone is interested. Good for next 3 days. Don't know if that's a good deal but here you go:
  13. Cabin and Engine Air Filters: Honda vs non-Honda brands

    Gen 5: 2017-20xx (UK 2018-20xx) CR-V
    What are your thoughts on buying/using a Honda filter vs a non-Honda filter. I found a Honda cabin air filter on Amazon for $16 and a Honda engine filter for $22. Of course there's cheaper filters that aren't Honda brand, but wondering if you think there's any major difference in quality. I'm...
  14. Stealer only air filters 2012???

    Dear Honda:
    dear honda you suck. i have to go to the stealer to get a g dam air filter for my car?? bull****e. you sorry bastards! honda you suck
  15. cabin filters for 2001 and a 2000 model crv

    Gen 1: 1996-2001 (UK 1995-2001) CR-V
    hi guys and gals gooday from auatralia have a small problem with my crv's,i have a base 2001 auto , crv and a 2000 5 speed manual crv sports and as i have discovered we do not get the cabin filters fitted in the cars of these years not even on the honda parts listings ,a bit silly as you lot...
  16. cabin filters for 2001 and a 2000 model crv

    Gen 1: 1996-2001 (UK 1995-2001) CR-V
    hi guys well i was doing a service to my 2 crv's thought i mite change the cabin filters so youtubed the how to and removed my cabin filter plate ,yep thats all their was a plug/plate to cover the hole ,ummmm so i removed my other crv 's plate /cover and their is no cabin filter in their either...
  17. '11 and '13 cabin and engine air filters the same?

    Maintenance and Service
    I have a few filters left from my '11 CR-V. It seems the cabin filters are the same according to WIX's application chart which has the same 24815 number for the '11 and '13 but the '11 part# 80292-SWA-A01 and the '13 part# 80292-R5A-A01. The air filter for the '11 is Honda part# 17220-REZ-A00...
  18. Strange A01 Filters - Are they good?

    Maintenance and Service
    I received two "OEM Honda Oil Filter P/N # 15400-PLM-A01" from a small seller with 100% feedback on (yes) fleeBay and was immediately worried after looking at them. I messaged the seller with two points of concern: 1.) The metal surface inside the sealed area shows apparent black pitting and...
  19. Honda OEM filters off ebay

    Maintenance and Service
    Hello, Anyone here bough OEM oil filters off ebay? I dont use ebay frequently. Is there a posibility these are a knockoff? Filters are about 1/2 the price as local (Canada).
  20. K & N filters

    Maintenance and Service
    I wouldn't recommend them. Few years ago I had a car and used a K & N filter in it - used little oil before putting the filter in and after 2 years oil consumption went way up and also dust found on "clean side" of inlet plenum. Threw the filter away...