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Old 04 Nov 2011, 09:16 am
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Default Where and how do I change the AC filter on a 1999 Honda Accord?

The AC air filter seems to be changed from the front passenger side.
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Old 04 Nov 2011, 09:31 am
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There is two possible ways, either you go to the dealer and ask them for a different filter, this might cost more or you could do it yourself and save some money, here is a link:

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