How do you change the Cabin filter in a 2001 Honda Odyssey?
the glove box must be removed to see and gain access
By opening and reading your owner's manual for instructions on removal and replacement. Don't have an owner's manual then you need to get one. Here are sources. http://www.samarins.com/maintenance/manual.html You can also try E-Bay and a salvage yard. I have a 2003 Odyssey, and Cabin Air Filter replacement procedure is not discussed in the Owner's Manual. I know that it involves removing the glove box. Instruction to change Honday Odyssey cabin filter http://www.micronair.us/assets/pdfs/82.pdf Kan
The Cabin Filter affects the quality of the air in the interior of the vehicle (cabin). For some strange reason, the Odyssey has a smell, a strange odor, more like a musty smell you can eliminate by changing the Cabin Filter. Or, you can simply keep the button for "recirculated air" pressed to stop fresh air from coming in. As such, no air will pass the filter to enter your vehicle.
I would say that is more then to have some manufacture instruction. now what you need to do is to take out the glove box then if you never change the cabin filter you will see a plastic that go all the way straight under the glove box and cover a metal piece you need to cut this plastic and then unbolt the metal piece and then and only then you can take out the…
It is more than likely located behind the glove box. Remove the two clips on each side of the glove box that keep it from falling all the way down. This will allow the box to fall out and should reveal the filter or filters. A Honda CRV has 2 filters. If you purchase a Purolator cabin filter, it comes with instructions.