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Help With Pollen Filter Replacement

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ok going to be servicing our 2010 ford cmax 1.6 zetec. can any1 tell me the location of the pollen filter? I have done the pollen filter replacement on our focus mk2.5 1.6 zetec so is it in the same location and is the process the same as the focus?


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On my 55 plate, it was behind the centre console. You need to remove the fuse board out the way, then if you put your hand behind the console, you will find a slender rectangle box behiond the centre between the footwells. You need to undo the three bolts on these, then I believe its a slide and pull action to release it. pull out the old filter, and replace, installation is a reverse.

I would recommend that you disconnect the battery before disconnecting the fuse board, as it will stop alsorts of haywire errors!

Just confirm though, is it a MK1.5 or MK2 CMAX?

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thanks for reply James its the C-Max 1.5 the face lift version of the mk1.

sounds like it is in the exact place as it is on the focus mk 2 so i will try it out any way i see how things go.

Thanks mate

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Yeah I do believe thats the case. It is fiddly and I found myself with my back in the footwell, my backside floating in mid air and doing a backwards crab just to try and get at the bolts lol. Its a good workout if nothing else!

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