Re: Dust and Pollen Filter
I have a 98 CRV with 133K miles on it and a 01 Odyssey with 110K miles on it. Until last month I had no idea that they had a cabin filter. I only learned about it when I was reading up on my Ridgeline. I thought that if it had one, then my other Hondas must have one also. I replaced them both today and black does not describe how bad they were.
Honda at least learned and made the filter on the Ridgeline easier to replace. The CRV required the removal of 6 bolts, 5 screws, the glove box, a cross bar, and a piece of side molding. The Odyssey had less bolts, but it also required me to cut off a piece of the dash molding. Talk about scary. You shouldn't have cut off molding to replace a filter, but that is what the directions required. It took me a total of 2 1/2 hours to replace both filters.
07 RTL w/o Nav - tow package, running boards, splash guards, floor carpets, and additional window tinting.
Add - hood air deflector, rear under-seat storage tray, and trunk dividers