Sat. morning I replaced the cabin air filters in my '98 Accord sedan.
Although the process wasn't difficult from a technical standpoint, it did
turn out to be a bit more time consuming than I would have expected for a
cabin air filter replacement. My '02 IS300's cabin air filter is very, very
easy to gain access to. Just open the glove box door, pinch the support
arms' ears in and drop the door down towards the floorboard. Then you can
open the plastic compartment where the filter resides.
My parents recently purchased an '03 Accord sedan, and I was just curious as
to whether or not my father is going to have to eventually go through a bit
of a hassle to replace his cabin air filters? Or has Honda made the c.a.f.'s
easier to gain access to in the current generation Accords?