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How to replace a pollen filter in a MK2
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#2
Nice one !!!

Not even sure if my motor has a pollen filter or not, now I know where to look there is half a chance of finding out..... Thanks
Berlingo Multispace 2.0HDI '54 reg Mediterranean Blue
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#3
Good one another great how 2!!!
Adam..2003..1.9D..LX..Silver Crew Cab Van.....
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#4
:thumbsup: That is really helpful as this is one of the jobs on my "to do" list.

Can anyone recommend where to buy the replacement filter and what they cost? Is this a main-dealer only part?
2005 Berlingo Multispace 1.6i Desire (Iron Grey)

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#5
To be honest I purchased mine via the main stealers at £16.00 as I ended up buying the Pollen, Oil (which I went in for) and the Air which cost me £52.00 for the three, I dont think that the pollen and air filters have to be geniune, these are available for less than £8.00 each from normal factors.
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#6
If you decide to buy from main dealer, check prices for the same part for a Peugeot Partner from the Peugeot dealer.
They are virtually the same vehicle (the pollen filter is the same) but prices can vary between Pug and Citroen
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[quote='videoatari' pid='10215' dateline='1316690373']
Thanks but this is not the same as mine as there is no felt cover but a solid plastic cover under which is another cover held on by 2 nuts under which appears to be part of the pedal assy has anybody any other ideas





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Think caravancrazy is looking on the wrong side (mentions the pedal assembly) as the filter is located on the n/s judging by the bonnet release in the 1st picture.Confusedillyme:
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(22-01-2012, 09:49 AM)j90xxx Wrote:  Think caravancrazy is looking on the wrong side (mentions the pedal assembly) as the filter is located on the n/s judging by the bonnet release in the 1st picture.Confusedillyme:
my multispace is a mk 3 B9 June 2008 the clutch pedal shaft appears to run behind the dash over to the Lh/side were it is covered by a plastic cover held by 2 nuts all my replies have been for a mk 2 which is completely different to the pictures many thanks for all replies hopefully some person will give me the info for a mk3 B9 model which haynes have not released a workshop manual for yet approx 2 years before a manual is written
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Is it just me or are the photos missing from this how to? Yes, it's me, now working for some reason lol, apologies my bad!
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