Standing from the front of vehicle look in the engine compartment, on the right side of engine and behind the batterry. There is a black box with a 3" flexible hose hook to it, pop up 4 clips and remove the cover then you see the air filter inside.
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Possible causes are as follows, I suspect you have an intake air/vacuum leak or a faulty MAF sensor.
- Intake air leaks
- Faulty front heated oxygen sensor
- Ignition misfiring
- Faulty fuel injectors
- Exhaust gas leaks
- Incorrect fuel pressure
- Lack of fuel
- Faulty Mass Air Flow (MAF) sensor
- Incorrect Positive Crankcase Ventilation (PCV) hose connection
This is for a 2005 CR-V, but I believe that they are the same.
Open the glove box, remove all contents, and locate the stops on each side near the top of the glove box.
While holding the glove box cover, remove the two glove box stops by gently pressing them from the outside. After the stops have been removed, let the cover hang down and out of the way.
Remove the filter lid from the blower unit by depressing the clip on the left side of the lid to release.
Pull out the first filter. Slide the second filter to the left and pull it out.
Remove each filter from the filter housings and replace with new filter. Make sure that the "air flow" arrows on the filter elements are pointing in the same direction as the arrows on the filter housings.
Install the new filters in the blower unit and reinstall glove box stops.
if i had to take my car into replace my air cleaner i wouldn't have bought the car in the first place..no offense please ! ..honda are great automoblies..but any handy man should be able to replace a fiter.
Look on owner manual page 263 under maintenance minder
Maintenance Main Items Maintenance Sub Items
B . Replace engine oil and filter 1. Replace air cleaner element
.Inspect front and rear brankes
. Check parking brakes 2. Replace dust and pollen filter