You have to remove the glove compartment to access the filter. Couple of screws and your done These filters are expensive: 25-30 dollars! The installation instructions for the Honda Civic DX, LX, and EX s are in the package when you purchase the cabin air filters. Location of cabin filters: Behind the glove compartment, behind an access door on the passenger side of the vehicle. I just now removed and install the filters on my 2002 Honda Civic LX. Very easy. To remove existing filters: 1. Open the glove compartment and locate and remove the hindge tabs on both sides of the inside of the glove compartment. The tabs are plastic, and pry out very easily. Once you've pried them open, remove each. 2. Just let the glove compartment door swing down. Note: all the contents will fall out. :-) 3. There is a black plastic horizontal door. Open the door, no tools needed, and remove it. 4. Pull out one filter with its plastic frame. 5.Slide the second filter over, and remove it and its frame. 6. Remove the dirty filters from each frame. (Mine were quite dirty.) And replace with clean filters in each frame. 7. Reinstall both filters and frames into the filter housing. 8. Reattach the filter access door. Tilt the glove compartment door up. Replace the hinge tabs on the inside of the glove compartment. 9. Put all of your staff back in the glove compartment. And you're done!
The 1996 Honda Civic does not have a cabin filter.
A 2002 Honda Civic has two cabin air filters, side by side, behind the glove box compartment.
There is NO cabin filter for 2000 Honda Civic model (6th generation). Cabin filter started in 2001 and on (7th generation).
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Go under the glove compartment
The cabin filter is behind the glove box compartment.
No, it doesn't. Also honda civic
There is no cabin filter for that year
behind the glovebox
This is not even a question...so what kind of response are you looking for?If you're asking where the cabin air filter is on a '98 Civic, the answer is nowhere. Honda started using 'cabins' in the 7th generation Civic (2001-2005).
It is the same as the 8th generation Civic...which can be viewed here: http://uk.youtube.com/watch?v=UNFRM87JZQk
behind the glovebox
Your 2000 Civic has no cabin filter so that is not your problem.
It's behind the glovebox. open the glovebox and remove the retaining clips that prevent it from opening all the way. You can then see the filter housing behind the glovebox.
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You should change the air filter in your Honda Civic when it is dirty or at every second oil change. Most filters will last for two oil changes through standard daily driving.
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its located at passenger side windsheald cover take that offf and you can see it....
Most Honda's use an internal filter that is non-serviceable and can only be accessed by removing the transmission. Just change the fluid and forget the filter.
Open the glove box, push "in" on both sides of glovebow to allow it to fall forward. The filter is behind the glovebox door, squeeze both sides of filter holder inwards, and pull out.
It has no filter on the trans-axle. If you are talking about the transmission filter, then it is inside the transmission.
The 1995 Honda civic dx transmission does not come with oil filter.