This video will show you step by step instructions on how to replace the cabin air filter on a Honda Element 2003-2011.
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1- Open the glove box.
The glove box is held up by two stoppers with one on each side of the glove box.
2- Lift the bottom of the stopper and gently pull down to remove.
3- To remove the cabin air filter cover, pinch the fastener on the left side of the cover and then pull it off.
4- The cabin air filter is made of two filters. Pull the first one out and then slide the second one to the left and pull it out.
5- Remove each filter from its holder and put the new filters in.
Look out for the arrow indicators on the filters and the holders and make sure they are pointing down.
6- Slide the two holders back in.
7- Insert the right side of the cover first and push on the left edge to make it clip.
8- Lift the glove box and insert the stoppers.
9- DONE!!! :D
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