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Help - definitive how to for pollen filter!

Discussion in 'A6/S6/Allroad forum (C5 Chassis)' started by JimC64, Jun 8, 2009.

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    Hi guys, I wanna change my pollen filter on my A6 (2007 )...maybe change it more regularly as well as the air filter and oil as well to help keep things in tip top shape.

    I'm hoping someone out there can offer a nice "how to" with pics n detailed descriptions. I've had the bonnet up and removed the plastic cowling to see what I could see so far....A couple of possibilities though ( gonna needa torx set maybe ) either that or I've heard / read about somthin under the glovebox / dash somewhere.
    Can anyone help with some clear answers / pics so I can get this done?

    Any help appreciated

    Jim
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    It is accessed from the passenger footwell, it is located in the center console, right at the front of it (nearest the engine), jus take the side plastic cover off the center console (2 screws behind some round covers), and there is a black cover over the filter, this just unclips, and pull old one out, put new one in and reverse the process.

    Go get a filter from ECP, and there is a drawing in that on how to fit.
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    Nice One Singhl......thanks:beerchug:
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    plz make a sticky, very useful :)
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    One minor addition - there a 2 filters in ther, the other one is above the bottom one.......

    So more cost to replace
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