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Pollen Filter?


Brynja Cunningham
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Hi, if this is the passenger footwell I had the same issue. It was the seal around the pollen filter, mine was not fitted correctly. All I had to do was refit the filter correctly and it was OK.

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Yeah passenger. Lame, thanks! I'm wondering if the seal has perished due to it being a 10 year old car.

I have to wait till tomorrow to get it to a garage, it's gonna get some much worse in this weather, I just hope there'll be no lasting damage to my car I'll be devastated. Someone already drove into it the other day I'm having the worst luck.

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It will take a while to dry out, I had to lift the carpet and used some damp collectors (not sure if that s what they are called, gel in a container from Range store) for a few days.

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If you can get hold of a dehumidifier that'll work wonders over night, you should be able to hire them from tool hire centres for faily cheap

I'd do it sooner rather than later because it won't take long for the damp smell to set in and mould ect, all really preventable if you act now.

Trac

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