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I am looking to replace the air filter in my 95 accord but I can't find the housing unit for it? Can someone tell me the general whereabouts of the air filter?

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It is in the box at the end of the tube connected to the air intake manifold.

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2) Locate the box that houses the air filter. Look in the front driver's side, back corner under the hood for a rectangular-shaped black box.
3) Lift the lid and compress the accordion-type tubing towards the engine. Remove the old filter from the housing unit. Clean any leaves or debris out of the box.
4) Replace the old filter with a new filter and pull the lid back over to the air filter housing unit, and snap it in place. Reattach the clips to secure the lid. Hope this helps.

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Hi there, here are a few steps to help you out:
  • Turn the Sonata off to eliminate the risk of engine backfires while changing the air filter. Leave the car off until the filter has been replaced or there is risk of injury.
  • Lift the hood of the Sonata. Locate the air filter housing unit on the passenger side of the car, in the front corner. Look for a black, plastic cylinder that has an accordion-type hose attached to it that leads to the engine.
  • Remove the air intake hose and air duct from the housing unit. Disconnect the connector for the air-flow sensor from the filter cover. Unclip the clip on the filter cover. Lift the cover off the housing unit.
  • Take out the old filter from the housing unit. Remove any remaining debris out of the air filter unit. Wipe the inner and outer surfaces of the housing unit with a damp cloth.
  • Place the new air filter in the housing unit. Use a K&N air filter, part number 33-2346.
  • Replace the cover on the housing unit and clip it in place. Reattach the air-flow sensor. Put the air intake hose and air duct back in place on the housing unit.
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oil filter screws onto an adapter housing which also has the pressure sending unit on it (above oil filter). This adapter housing bolts to the block with 3 bolts. if oil appears to be leaking from where the adapter housing meets the block (especially at the rear side of engine near bottom), then you need to replace the siamese o-rings between the adapter housing and the block ($12 part at dealer). remove lowest 12mm bolt and loosen top 2 12 mm bolts(top 2 bolts won't come out unless you drop the engine down, but loosening 1 inch is all you need), replace o-rings and retighten bolts. be careful not to get dirt/grit between block and adapter. just finished doing this to son's 95 2.7 v6 which was leaving an 8" puddle of oil after idling for only 1 minute-worked perfect

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Where is the air filter and how to replace it?


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The air cleaner element is inside the air cleaner housing on the left side of the engine compartment. (It has a large hose connected to it).

To replace it: Disconnect the hose from the air cleaner housing cover with flat-tipped screwdriver.

Loosen the four bolts, and remove the air cleaner housing cover.

Remove the old air cleaner element.

Carefully clean the inside of the air cleaner housing with a damp rag.

Place the new air cleaner element in the air cleaner housing.

Reinstall the air cleaner housing cover, and tighten the four bolts.

Connect the hose to the air cleaner housing cover with a flat-tipped screwdriver.

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Did you replace the fan? How about the fan switch?

Here is some stuff to read about this system....please let me know what's up!


This switch is the primary controller of the operation of the radiator fan(s) used for cooling. When the coolant in the system reaches a pre-determined temperature, the fan switch closes and completes a circuit. The fans will be brought on. Generally, the switch communicates with the fan relay, although the later PGM-FI cars send the signal through one of the many solid-state controllers first. Do not assume that the switch is the only component in the radiator fan circuit which controls its operation. There are many other components whose failure may prevent the radiator fan from operating. If the fans are not working when the engine is very warm, check the fuses first.
On all vehicles except 1990-95 Accords and 1992-95 Preludes, the fan switch is located in the bottom of the radiator. On 1990-95 Accords (except V-6) and 1992-95 Preludes, the switch is located in the housing at the rear end of the coolant connecting pipe. This is the pipe running along the outside of the engine, just above the oil filter. The switch the only electrical component in the housing. On the Accord V-6, it threaded into the side of the coolant crossover pipe (not next to the bleed bolt) on the transaxle side of the engine.

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How do I change the air filter?


  1. Step 1 Turn the car off and leave it off while you are working on the car. Don't turn the car on while working on the air filter as it serves as a barrier in the event of an engine backfire, serious injury could occur.
  2. Step 2 Find the air filter housing unit by looking at the corner of the engine compartment, nearest the passenger side windshield. Look for a black rectangular box.
  3. Step 3 Open the lid on the housing unit by pulling on the latches. Lift the lid up and away from the base.
  4. Step 4 Remove the first filter from the housing unit. Clean out any debris left in the box. Don't use water to clean out the unit or the engine may be damaged and not covered under warranty.
  5. Step 5 Replace the filter with a K&N filter part number 33-2305 for Corvettes manufactured from 2005 to 2007.
  6. Step 6 Close the lid on the air filter housing. Reengage the clips to secure the lid in place.
  7. Step 7 Change the second air filter by following Steps 3 to 5.

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if air filter is faulty .so to replace
  1. Turn the vehicle off. Don't turn the Accord on while changing the air filter; if the car were to backfire there would be no barrier to protect you or others.--Lift the hood of the car. Locate the air filter housing unit at the front corner on the passenger side of the car. Look for a black box that has a large accordion type hose leading away from it.--Loosen the screws on the air filter housing unit. Lift the lid off of the unit and set it aside.--Take the old filter out of the box. Clean any remaining debris from the box.--Place the new filter in the box. Use a K&N air filter, part number 33-2402 for a manufactured in 2004for honda accord. For older Honda air filters check with your local auto part store or look it up online (see Resources below).--Put the air filter housing unit lid back in place. Don't catch the air filter in the sides or it will allow unfiltered air to enter the engine. Tighten the screws to secure the lid.

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