2008 Honda Odyssey Cabin Air Filter: Replacement and Maintenance Guide

If you’re looking to improve the air quality in your car, a new cabin filter from Filterheads.com could be the solution you need. Airborne contaminants can often build up, affecting the air you breathe while driving. Replacing your cabin filter can bring an end to this issue.

Here’s a step-by-step guide to help you replace your car’s cabin filter:

  1. Locate the cabin filter, which is typically on the passenger side of the vehicle behind the glovebox.
  2. Open the glovebox and unhook the dampener arm.
  3. Remove the stoppers in the glovebox by pushing in and pulling outwards to unclip and remove them.
  4. Lower the glovebox and unclip both sides of the housing cover to remove it.
  5. Take out the old filter from the housing and clean out any debris inside.
  6. Remove the old filter from the frame and install the new AQ1058C filter with its airflow indicating arrow pointing down.
  7. Reinstall the frame into the housing to clip it into place.
  8. Lift the glovebox and reinstall the stoppers by threading the rubber part through first, then pushing until it clicks into place. Remember that lifting the housing makes it easier.
  9. Hook the dampener arm back onto the glovebox and close it.

Once you’ve completed these steps, you can visit the Filterheads.com website to order your filter and ensure that it fits perfectly in your vehicle.

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