Although this was done on a 2006 Honda Civic it is also the same basic technique for most Honda Cars. no tools needed Very Easy DIY Honda Oem Cabin filter 2012 Honda Civic - 80292-SWA-A01 2006+ Honda Civic -80292-SDA-A01 2003-2007 Honda Accord-80292-SDA-A01 Fram Fresh Breeze 2012 Honda Civic -CF10134 2006+ Honda Civic -CF10134 2003-2007 Honda Accord -CF10134 View: http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=DZLj5YrCgF4&feature=plcp View: http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=-KLZS6alrVY&feature=plcp Step #1 -Open glove box and remove all contents. Step #2 -Locate the hinge tabs (back of glove box) gently push the tabs in to allow for the glove box to drop down. Step #3 -Right in-front of you will see a black plastic frame that will say "air flow with arrows pointing down." on each side of the frame there are 2 tabs. Step #4 -Push the 2 tabs in and pull frame and filter out. Step #5 -Push from underneath to pop the air filter out Step #6 -Replace old filter with new filter making sure that the air flow arrows are pointing down, the filter should be a tight fit with no gaps between frame and filter. Step#7 -Put the frame and filter back into slot making sure the "air flow with arrows pointing down" push back till you here a click(that will be the clips clicking into position). Step #8 -Pull the glove box up and gently push in tabs on each side release the tabs they should now lock the glove box in.