Honda Air Filter Installation And Review Videos

  

PTC Custom Fit Cabin Air Filter Installation - 2018 Honda CR-V- Video

PTC Custom Fit Cabin Air Filter Installation - 2018 Honda CR-V

Rob: Rob here at etrailer.com. And today you're going to be taking a look at the PTC Custom Fit Cabin Air Filter on our 2018 Honda CR-V. Now our CR-V has the 1.5 liter in it, so you do want to use the etrailer fit guide, because they will have separate cabin air filters depending on the engine size.Now, a cabin filter's going to do for your car what a furnace filter does for your house. It's going to clean all the air that we breathe in, make sure it goes through the filter, pulls out all those pollutants, allergens, and emissions. Now what it's also going to do is it's going to protect our vehicle because if any larger pieces we're to get down through the system farther, it can cost a lot to fix the fan, the heating system, or the a/c. So we're going to show you how to check the filter, and if it needs to be replaced, we can put the new one in.We'll go ahead and start by coming to the glove box. more


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5/21/2019 1:27:20 PM



PTC Custom Fit Cabin Air Filter Installation - 2016 Honda Civic- Video

PTC Custom Fit Cabin Air Filter Installation - 2016 Honda Civic

Shane: Hi, I'm Shane with etrailer.com. Today we're going to be taking a look at, I'm going to show you how to install, the PTC Cabin Air Filter in our 2016 Honda Civic. It's going to be designed to keep your cabin air clean when you're traveling, or driving down the road. What happens when it's not clean is, you get a dusty smell or something like that inside the car, you know this needs to be changed. It's a good idea to change this once a year. Check it and make sure it's clean. more


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5/6/2019 11:32:26 AM



PTC Custom Fit Cabin Air Filter Installation - 2016 Honda Odyssey- Video

PTC Custom Fit Cabin Air Filter Installation - 2016 Honda Odyssey

Rob: Rob here at etrailer.com and today we're going to be taking a look at the PTC Custom Fit Cabin Air Filter on our 2016 Honda Odyssey.Our cabin filter is going to do for our car, what our furnace filter does for our house. It's gonna take all the air coming into the cabin and filter it, make sure we have quality air to breathe.As you can see, the one we pulled out is quite dirty. It's actually turning the filter brown and almost a gray color and if we open up the pleats we can see a lot of large debris that's in there. Now, it's a good thing that the filter caught it because if it gets too far into our cooling or heating system, it can cause a lot of damage.Now, the manufacturer does recommend that you change your filter every 12 to 15 thousand miles, but you may want to check your owner's manual to double check.Changing is an extremely straightforward process. There's no need to pay somebody, take it somewhere for them to do it. In fact, it's so easy, let's do it together.To begin installation, we'll come to the front seat on the passenger side, we're going to open up our glove box. more


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3/27/2019 8:37:32 AM



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