Last weekend was a productive one on the TVR, starting with wrapping up the fuel hose replacement job I started earlier.
Well it didn’t take long before I started to play with the wagon.
Tess has been a bit grumpy recently, and it was probably my own silly fault, but now I have to fix it.
It was finally time to reassemble the front end of the car, since I didn’t need the under tray off anymore.
Since getting the Mini, I have been using it a lot, but it needs a good servicing and to fix the coolant leak. I got around to doing it the past couple of days.
The box of bits from the previous owner arrived, so out goes the pod, in goes the original filter.
Another car, another cabin filter. See a trend here?
So, it’s been almost a month since I swapped the standard cabin filter in the Fit out for an Activated Carbon filter. The results?
Previously I have done a write up on how to change the cabin filter in the Swift, so here I am again, changing it in the Honda Fit.