4 Regularly changinf your Cabin/Polen filter is very important for the work of your car, air conditioning system and for your health. They are very easy to replace if you know how to do it. My advise is not to buy any aftermarket filter because they aren’t nearly as good as the original ones with charcoal. If you have allergies – don’t even think about a filter without it 🙂 The original ones are with number 4F0 819 439 C – that’s a pack of two filters which have the best price – something like EUR50 for both.

Personally, I prefer to remove the glove box so I can operate more freely. On the left side you will see a tap, protecting the entrance for the filters. Remove it carefully paying attention not to break it because that’s an easy thing to do.

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Remove the old filters, and put the first one of the new ones. Pay attention that the arrow with the AIR FLOW label should point towards you. Put the filter in and lift it up until it takes its place neatly. then put the other one, they are two one above the other. Operate carefully so you don’t bend or damage the filter.[:BG]4 Regularly changinf your Cabin/Polen filter is very important for the work of your car, air conditioning system and for your health. They are very easy to replace if you know how to do it. My advise is not to buy any aftermarket filter because they aren’t nearly as good as the original ones with charcoal. If you have allergies – don’t even think about a filter without it 🙂 The original ones are with number 4F0 819 439 C – that’s a pack of two filters which have the best price – something like EUR50 for both.

Personally, I prefer to remove the glove box so I can operate more freely. On the left side you will see a tap, protecting the entrance for the filters. Remove it carefully paying attention not to break it because that’s an easy thing to do.

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Remove the old filters, and put the first one of the new ones. Pay attention that the arrow with the AIR FLOW label should point towards you. Put the filter in and lift it up until it takes its place neatly. then put the other one, they are two one above the other. Operate carefully so you don’t bend or damage the filter.

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  1. I havent seen anyone who looks after there car like me, until now 🙂
    And it wa only yesterday, that i did a full service on my car – using a freinds garage ramp. Its actually fairly easy to do… Oil filter, fuel filter, pollen filter, air filter, oil change and steering fluid change.

    Anyways, keep up the good work! I keep an eye on your blog from time to tome, as i love my old beauty.

    1. I should mention that i didnt do the service, but its very simple nontheless

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