Question about 2004 Honda Accord
First, empty your glove box! Or everything will spill out.
On the right side of your glove box, you'll see a black hinge that connects to the door. Carefully unlatch it. The glove box will swing all the way down. If you didn't empty your glove box, everything will spill out :)
Look for a black plastic cover with arrows on the sides. Press them both in and pull. The tray holding the filter will slide out.
Take old filter out, watch for the direction arrows (they should be pointing DOWN). Remove, replace and you're done.
I buy my filters from Ebay and change them every year due to allergies.
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