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Where is the air filter located in the 2004 honda element

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I just had my battery die from the car sitting 6 days. Battery was dead. Put on 40 amp charge for 30 minutes, then turned key on, off three times. Then key on, foot on brake steady, shift car slowly through each gear until reaching D. Then back to park. Key off and on and start!

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    I just had my battery die from the car sitting 6 days. Battery was dead. Put on 40 amp charge for 30 minutes, then turned key on, off three times. Then key on, foot on brake steady, shift car slowly through each gear until reaching D. Then back to park. Key off and on and start!

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