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Aircondition i need help on cleaning the airconditioning filters on my honda civic '97 LXI. can someone tell me a STEP BY STEP process? i will appreciate it very much.

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What you need to do is to undo the glave box passengrs side you will see there is a retangualer box in the center -+ 300mm h and -+ 50mm wide plastic clip at the bottom of a silver/grey bracket undo and slide fillter out clean or replace hope it helped

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Never heard of aircondition filters on an automobile.There is an air filter that filters air going into air intake.It has no effect on the a/c.

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    You can have the a/c system vacuumed of all the refridgerant and oil and replace with new refridgerant and oil.That would require the use of a recovery machine found at a/c shops or garages that deal with a/c systems.

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