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#1 RUSSBUS

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Posted 09 September 2008 - 08:39 AM

HI , GOT A 1.6 C MAX IT DOES NOT SEEM TO BLOW AIR THROUGH THE HEATER FAST , JUST WOUNDER IF THE POLEN FILTER IS GETTING BLOCKED . DOES ANY BODY KNOW WERE IT IS LOCATED SO I CAN CHECK IT ? THANKS RUSS

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#2 Rikos

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Posted 09 September 2008 - 09:39 AM

i wouldnt think this would be the pollen filter stopping it but normally they are located behind the glove box. Can normally get to them underneath

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Posted 09 September 2008 - 12:44 PM

according to the book

Fitting Instructions

Where is the pollen filter?
centre - passenger side behind centre consule

Time to change - approx. 20 minutes
How Easy to change - lengthy



Fitting Stage 1:-
Remove the centre consule side panel in the passenger footwell. You may need to peel back the carpet slightly to gain less retricted access to the area behind the centre consule where the filter housing is.

Fitting Stage 2:-
The filter housing has a plastic rectangular access plate secured by screw at the bottom. You may need to partially disassemble ant duct components that obstruct access to this access plate. Once the plate is off the old filter should slide out easily

Fitting Stage 3:-
Once the plate is off the old filter should slide out easily, as it is designed with a flexible frame allowing it to bend round other components. Fit the new filter and refit the access plate and trim

#4 Rikos

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Posted 09 September 2008 - 01:29 PM

Why are fords different :lol:

Well thats my theory out the window!


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