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Cleaning Engine Compartment

June 17, 2010 by stain remover expert No Comments »

cleaning engine compartment
Cabin Air Filter and Engine Air Cleaner Filter Honda Civic 2007?

On my 2007 Civic Coupe, I figured out how to get Glovebox down, which was simple, but is there a trick to get the tray with the cabin air filter in? The board not only appears out so I wonder what I'm doing wrong? In addition, the air filter in the engine compartment lid has a few clips clear that breaks down to get the cover, but undo the clips do not seem to allow fresh air cover off, so it remains to be done to lift the lid in the order replace the air filter? Thank you!

The cabin filter is two parts and both must be removed simultaneously. So there is a lid on the box holding the filters. It slides down and is easy to remove. Sometimes they can be a bit sticky, then pull harder. The air filter of the engine two or three 10mm bolts holding the fix, but they can also be removed with a screwdriver. If your car is a 07, you do not need to change the cabin air filter yet. It is good to 60,000 miles or 4 years. It's not like the filter in your home is more like the air filter on the engine, just not as dirty as quickly.

Inside the Engine Compartment of a Gleaner R76 Combine at NFMS