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Old 04-05-2008, 10:02 PM
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Here are some pictures that show how to change your cabin air filter in a 1st gen CR-V.

These pics were taken by member dc9mm and due to the new forum software, the pictures were lost in the transfer. I found the pictures on the old board and the pics are posted below.

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I just finished replacing my cabin filter on my first gen 2001 CRV. I did a search here and found one set of pictures BUT they were of poor quality so i took photos of how its done for others to see. Its not hard at all in my opinion. Pictures tell the story. Have 62K on my CRV first time replacing filter, noticed lower blower strength. Hope this helps others.

First remove glove box 2 screws and 2 glove box stops, didnt bother taking pics of that part.











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Old 04-05-2008, 10:23 PM
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For clarification, the wiring harness pops out of the clip to the lower - left of the yellow plastic clamp, and the yellow plastic plastic clamp SWIVELS upward so the wiring can make way for the filter to slide out.

Also, don't throw away the old filter
until you remove it from the FRAME. You don't want to have to climb into the dumpster to retrieve the FRAME.

Some cheap filters don't fit the frame very well. You may have to improvise and modify the filter with a razor knife.

Pictures of the whole heater / frame / filter are found at www.hondapartsdeals.com

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Old 04-05-2008, 11:03 PM
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Liquidfuel you rock buddy! We should have a walkthrough section for the posts that have the pics and guides in them. Good job!
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The articles section was just for that . . . it's just got problems and I haven't heard back from Bing. I've been trying to retrieve from google cache, but it's not working so well. The one thing I'm really upset about is Varmint's RT4WD write-up. I really hope that's not lost.

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Old 04-12-2008, 06:37 AM
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Default I did that job a while back

But, I took off the plastic on the right side.

Here's my pics. Still in storage at image shack. Thanks to Roadster..
If anyone wants any of them, feed free to copy them.


They are totally out of sequence now!!











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Frame!? What frame!? Don't tell me I now have to go out and get a new one!
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Frame!? What frame!? Don't tell me I now have to go out and get a new one!
If you threw away the frame, you are now full of shame.

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I never had one apparently, thus the anger/frustration and lack of knowledge that one existed...
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Frame!? What frame!? Don't tell me I now have to go out and get a new one!
Frame:
#33
80292-ST3-E01 FRAME, FILTER $8.75
Or if you want the entire frame assembly including the filter...
#18
80290-ST3-E01 FILTER ASSY., AIR CONDITIONER $45.31


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Since I think I'm missing #21 as well, I'll have to go for the entire frame kit. @#$% it!
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