Question about 2007 Honda Accord Sedan
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Posted on Jan 02, 2017
SOURCE: change cabin air filter
Open the glove box. Remove the damper from the glove box then let the glove box hang down
Remove the dust and pollen filter assembly from the evaporator case.
Remove the filter (A) from the housing (B), and replace the filter.
Install the filter in the reverse order of removal. Make sure that there is no air leaking out of the evaporator
Posted on Nov 03, 2008
Directly below the front air inlet/slam panel, open your bonnet, it's a big black box, with 4 ffinger vlips on ew filterit to release, then fit n
Posted on Jul 15, 2009
SOURCE: cabin air filters
There are 2 seperate filters in the car, one that clean the air the engine is fed, and one that cleans the air that comes into the the cabin. The one for the cabin is usually hidden somewhere behind the glove box. The surefire way to find it usually is to find the blower assembly for the heater and fan and all that is also usually located behind the glove box, if you find that then the filter is either inside the whole assembly or you have a slot or port or whatever on the ducts near the blower that contains the pollen filter for the cabin.
Posted on Jul 17, 2009
A 1996 Honda Odyssey is not equipped with a cabin air filter. If I was looking for a restriction in the cabin air, the first place I would look is on the inlet side of the A/C condensor. ALL cabin air travels through the A/C condensor ALL of the time. (The heater core only sees air when the temp door is not directing the air around it and always after it has been through the condensor first.) I have seen gunk as hard as concrete clogging the condensor just from layers of dirt that collects on the wet coils then dries.
Posted on Nov 05, 2009
Testimonial: "Dear dttech, Thanks for the tip on the possible blockage on the inlet side of the AC condensor. Makes alot of sense and I will check there tonight. Is is difficult to access that area and how can I clean it once I get to it. Do I have to completely remove the condensor ? Thanks again for your help."
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