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Old 14 Jul 2008, 01:22 am
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Default 97 CRV A/C filter service

how do I take out the A/C filter to service and/or replace?

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Old 14 Jul 2008, 02:23 am
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Default Re: 97 CRV A/C filter service

semipro wrote:
> how do I take out the A/C filter to service and/or replace?
>

======================

'Cabin Filter' is the term you're looking for. Here you go:

http://www.hondasuv.com/members/show...t=cabin+filter

I got 366 hits when I searched it at www.hondasuv.com

Time to adjust your valves too, I imagine... SEARCH 'burnt valves'

'Curly'
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Old 14 Jul 2008, 08:16 am
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Default Re: 97 CRV A/C filter service

On Jul 14, 2:23*am, motsco_ <mots...@interbaun.com> wrote:
> semipro wrote:
> > how do I take out the A/C filter to service and/or replace?

>
> ======================
>
> 'Cabin Filter' is the term you're looking for. Here you go:
>
> http://www.hondasuv.com/members/show...highlight=cabi....
>
> I got 366 hits when I searched it atwww.hondasuv.com
>
> Time to adjust your valves too, I imagine... SEARCH 'burnt valves'
>
> 'Curly'


I did my CR-V awhile back but I just did my Suzuki Grand Vitara last
night and they use a split filter to eliminate removal of the metal
bar that is in the way. Not that it's a big deal to remove, but I'm
wondering if the split Suzuki filter would fit in the Honda since the
systems look identical (to me). I'd go out to the garage and look but
I'm in my jammies.
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Old 14 Jul 2008, 03:03 pm
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Default Re: 97 CRV A/C filter service

Siskuwihane wrote:
> On Jul 14, 2:23 am, motsco_ <mots...@interbaun.com> wrote:
>> semipro wrote:
>>> how do I take out the A/C filter to service and/or replace?

>> ======================
>>
>> 'Cabin Filter' is the term you're looking for. Here you go:
>>
>> http://www.hondasuv.com/members/show...highlight=cabi...
>>
>> I got 366 hits when I searched it atwww.hondasuv.com
>>
>> Time to adjust your valves too, I imagine... SEARCH 'burnt valves'
>>
>> 'Curly'

>
> I did my CR-V awhile back but I just did my Suzuki Grand Vitara last
> night and they use a split filter to eliminate removal of the metal
> bar that is in the way. Not that it's a big deal to remove, but I'm
> wondering if the split Suzuki filter would fit in the Honda since the
> systems look identical (to me). I'd go out to the garage and look but
> I'm in my jammies.


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Priorities. You should be more concerned about saving a $3,000 valve job
than saving ten minutes of cabin filter labor each year . .

'Curly'
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Old 14 Jul 2008, 03:33 pm
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Default Re: 97 CRV A/C filter service

On Jul 14, 3:03*pm, motsco_ <mots...@interbaun.com> wrote:
> Siskuwihane wrote:
> > On Jul 14, 2:23 am, motsco_ <mots...@interbaun.com> wrote:
> >> semipro wrote:
> >>> how do I take out the A/C filter to service and/or replace?
> >> ======================

>
> >> 'Cabin Filter' is the term you're looking for. Here you go:

>
> >>http://www.hondasuv.com/members/show...highlight=cabi...

>
> >> I got 366 hits when I searched it atwww.hondasuv.com

>
> >> Time to adjust your valves too, I imagine... SEARCH 'burnt valves'

>
> >> 'Curly'

>
> > I did my CR-V awhile back but I just did my Suzuki Grand Vitara last
> > night and they use a split filter to eliminate removal of the metal
> > bar that is in the way. Not that it's a big deal to remove, but I'm
> > wondering if the split Suzuki filter would fit in the Honda since the
> > systems look identical (to me). I'd go out to the garage and look but
> > I'm in my jammies.

>
> -----------------------------
>
> Priorities. You should be more concerned about saving a $3,000 valve job
> than saving ten minutes of cabin filter labor each year . .


WHAT??

What do my vavles have to do with my cabin filter observation? That
doesn't make any sense.
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Old 14 Jul 2008, 04:02 pm
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Default Re: 97 CRV A/C filter service

On Jul 14, 3:33*pm, Siskuwihane <Siskuwiha...@gmail.com> wrote:
> On Jul 14, 3:03*pm, motsco_ <mots...@interbaun.com> wrote:
>
>
>
>
>
> > Siskuwihane wrote:
> > > On Jul 14, 2:23 am, motsco_ <mots...@interbaun.com> wrote:
> > >> semipro wrote:
> > >>> how do I take out the A/C filter to service and/or replace?
> > >> ======================

>
> > >> 'Cabin Filter' is the term you're looking for. Here you go:

>
> > >>http://www.hondasuv.com/members/show...highlight=cabi...

>
> > >> I got 366 hits when I searched it atwww.hondasuv.com

>
> > >> Time to adjust your valves too, I imagine... SEARCH 'burnt valves'

>
> > >> 'Curly'

>
> > > I did my CR-V awhile back but I just did my Suzuki Grand Vitara last
> > > night and they use a split filter to eliminate removal of the metal
> > > bar that is in the way. Not that it's a big deal to remove, but I'm
> > > wondering if the split Suzuki filter would fit in the Honda since the
> > > systems look identical (to me). I'd go out to the garage and look but
> > > I'm in my jammies.

>
> > -----------------------------

>
> > Priorities. You should be more concerned about saving a $3,000 valve job
> > than saving ten minutes of cabin filter labor each year . .

>
> WHAT??
>
> What do my vavles have to do with my cabin filter observation? That
> doesn't make any sense.- Hide quoted text -


Make that "valves".


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