Question about 1993 Honda Accord
A/C is working fine, but when you turn it on, the air smells real musty
and stinky for a while. This happens every day. It fades away as soon
as the car gets cool. I am thinking perhaps the A/C filter (if it exists), is too old and have never been serviced or replaced.
The question is: How do replace the filter if it exists? How do you find out if there is a cabin filter for this model car.
There is no filter for the AC or heater in the 93 Accord. Air for the AC either recirculates from the passenger compartment or is drawn in through the vents below the wipers outside the car. You might try spraying something nice-smelling into those vents to see if it is drawn into the car while the AC is running, set to outside air.
Hope this is helpful.
Posted on Oct 10, 2009
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