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05 Honda Accord - Replace hepa filter

Where is this located & how do you change it?

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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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