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Originally posted by RipRocK
I think the HEPA filter she's referring to is the cabin filter behind the glovebox. If so, then just like me, she's still having the same musty smell I had.
I got rid of the musty smell when I used this spray product that was sitting on top of the toolbox of the technician who was performing the oil change on my Pilot at my dealer.
The lube department at my servicing dealer let's me go into the work area and observe and while I was there, I picked up this spray can that said something about air conditioner cleaner. It was made by Wurth, IIRC.
When I saw it, I asked the technician if I can use it on my car and he was all for it. After I used that, the musty smell has never come back, even after I turn off the A/C after I had it on a while and turn it off on a hot day. You usually get the smell when you turn off the A/C and just let the air come through the vents, but not even a trace of the smell comes through after I used that.
I'll be going back to my servicing dealer the week after to have my brake fluids replaced. I'll find out the exact name of the product and get as much info as I can. If it's really bad, I can call up the dealer for you and ask, if you want.
[Addendum]: Oh, wait, I just did a quick search over at Wurth's site and found it! Check it out here. It's the AC & Heating System Treatment.
I wish everything worked as well as this product. It's one of the few things I came across that did exactly what it claimed to do. I use it now everytime I'm in there getting my oil change. Anyway, track it down and see if it'll eliminate your smell as well as it did with mine. Let us know how you make out if you do find it and use it.
Originally posted by tangotango99
Try this solution turn on your heat full with outside air button ON for about 5 mins on hi humid days ...
Originally posted by RocketMan
So where do you spray? Is it easy to get to and spray?
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