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Mk2 Cabin filter location?
#1
Hi,
I am a newbie but would appreciate some guidance.
How do I change the cabin filter on my Mk2 Multispace and where is it located?
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#2
Have you got air con?
Somedays you're the pigeon, Somedays you're the statue.
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#3
If you have one it is under the glove box on the passenger side. Remove the felt panel in the footwell held on with a few upholstery clips and it is in a plastic cover with two screws holding it in place on mine although I have read of some which just clip in place.
So where does this bit go then ?
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#4
No aircon=no pollen filter!
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#5
Is there any form of filter at all for non air con models? I just undid and went to change it to find nothing lol!!! Is there any form of filter in the motor??
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#6
Nothing at all which is less to buy and of course you get a higher airflow at all times ..........
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#7
(05-01-2017, 05:55 PM)geoff Wrote:  Nothing at all which is less to buy and of course you get a higher airflow at all times ..........

But no ice cold air in summer or no faster window clearing in winter , although my non AC Berlingo clears the windscreen & windows far faster than  the MK1 SLK (full time AC) that I had before ever did ,so I'm not sure AC really makes a difference in winter .
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#8
Yes agreed, never have it on in the Countryman as it makes my eyes dry and irritable !!! A bit like me the Mrs says !!!!!! !!!
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