Question about 2007 Honda Ridgeline
It sounds as if someone has removed the cabin air filter. to check the filter, remove the glove box - to do this, open the glove box, you will see two tabs on either side that stop it from opening any further. on the outside of the box, you will see two tabs that you pinch together and pull the stops out of the glove box. it will then flop all the way open. directly behind the glove box, you will see a small access door - aprox. 1" high 6" wide. open this by releasing the small tab on the left, it will then swing open and off.you should now be able to pull the filter carrier out. some of these trucks are equipped with 2 filters, once you pull the first one out the other slides from the right to the left then out. if these filters are damaged or dirty, replace them. pay attention to the air flow direction of filter, it is marked on the side of the filter. good luck!
Posted on May 06, 2010
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