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Old 05-11-2007, 03:46 PM   #1 (permalink)
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Hi all,
Can anyone tell me where the pollen filter is located on my car - is it in the engine compartment or in the cabin? If in the cabin is it accessed from the passenger or driver side?! (I have a right-hand-drive model)
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The pollen filter is in the cabin. It is accessed through the right side, which is the driver's side in your case. All you have to to to get to it is remove the three screws under the steering wheel which hold the kick panel in.
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Old 05-12-2007, 06:23 PM   #3 (permalink)
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for some reason i thought i in this thread already..

here is a link on how to change your filter

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Yes, but you didn't say anything about right-hand drive vehicles
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Yes, but you didn't say anything about right-hand drive vehicles
yes that sucks. when i was changing mine i was looking for it all over the wrong side. then i realised its on the side with the steering wheel in case of a right hand drive car. and u got to snap it to get it in. even i had to and my dashboard wasn't there lol
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thanks for the replies - I'll give it a shot after dinner
($125 for a dealership to replace it? - ouch!)
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