How often should you change the cabin air filter in a Honda Accord?

How much should I be changing the cabin air filter in my Honda Accord? I haven't done it since I bought my car, and a friend pointed out that the cabin is getting a bit musty.

Replacing your cabin air filter is a great item to add to your basic car maintenance schedule. Generally speaking, you should change the filter in your Honda Accord every three years or every 15,000 to 30,000 miles—whichever comes first.
While an old cabin air filter won’t cause any major problems, a build-up of dust and particles can lead to an unpleasant driving experience. Musty smells, dusty air, and poor ventilation are all common symptoms of a stuffed-up air filter. If you leave it unchanged for too long, you may even notice some issues with your heating and air conditioning systems!
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Liz Jenson
Answered on Oct 27, 2021

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