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Re: 05 Honda Accord - Replace hepa filter
It appears that it will be just under the vent on the side without the steering wheel about where your knees would be... the should be a cover you remove and pull it straight out... that cover might even be your glove box.. hard to tell from the diagram i have.
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Want to save yourself some money and change the cabin filter on your 2003 and newer Honda Accord? The dealer will charge you up to $120 to perform this simply 5 minute or less repair which should be done every 30,000 miles at the same time you change the engine air filter. It will cost you nothing more than the price of the cabin filter. Go to any local Auto Repair store in your area and purchase a cabin filter for your Accord. I recommend Purolator or Wix filters as they are quality made. The filter is located behind the glove box and unlike some older Honda Accords is very easy to access and no tools are required to accomplish this repair. Simply watch this video I made and you will know exactly how to accomplish this maintenance.
You need the owners manual, which you can order from Honda, and follow the operating under severe conditions schedule. This a high performance version of the civic and should demand more frequent maint. My 05 Accord owners manual, under normal operating conditions, has some ridiculous 10k for the oil and 20k for the filter change sched. Meanwhile, my Honda service rep. pulled me to the side and says change oil and filter every 4k. You be the judge.
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 from the housing, and replace the filter.
Here is a picture to help you.
Nope, just replace the oil filter. The filter may be loose or if the oil filter was placed without oil on the O-ring before installation will cause the O-rings to fail. If the car is due for an oil change, might as well service the engine and replace the oil and filter. Good luck and hope it's not the oil pressure sensor which will leak when it fails too and it's most of the time located by the oil filter area in most cars.
Providing the physical size of both art the same and the posts are in the same locations, check the cold cranking amps on both (should be printed on label . if similar, (a 25 difference isn't much) either should work in both cars.
Open the glove box and there are push out tabs on the left and right side pop them out. Now watch it because you are about to dump the contents of your glove box on the floor. let the box hang freely from the lower hinge and look in the back. You will see a white panel that pulls out the panel has a tray attached with the filter element in it remove old element and replace with new 20ish bucks at the parts store lots more at the dealer. re-install filter tray and reverse your removal steps to re-install. Recommended approx 15k or annually