without taking the gear knob off if poss. Still trying to get the bezel off. Given that it has my TypeR number on it, I don't want to break it.Try this, very easy to get out only needs a couple of screwdrivers once you have removed the gear knob.
This is to replace with an aftermarket one that doesn't have the plastic attachments.
Same supplier does one that is fully assembled and a straight swap or you can buy the real Honda one at twice the price.
I took the centre console out and brought the filter from cox, and got my local Honda main dealer to fit it when they did the valve clearances, charged me £60 labourThank you Wilmo. I take it that the filter isn't part of Honda service schedule then if it's buried there. EP3 was a lot easier being under the rear seats.
no it's an extra charge - look at the Honda website for servicing and you will find a long list with fixed prices. then you can decide indie, Honda or DIY.Thank you Wilmo. I take it that the filter isn't part of Honda service schedule then if it's buried there. EP3 was a lot easier being under the rear seats.