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Pollen filter
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Hi fellow Berlingerers

I have just bought a 2018 BlueHDI 100 XTR, it has done a few miles and I am keen to check the pollen filters. I have looked at a lot of earlier model procedures and wondered if the K9 was any different and/or easier!

Any help would be appreciated.
Geoff
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OK Guys, I have answered my own question.

Simply removed the plastic panel beneath steering wheel.

With the aid of a torch I identified the cabin filter cover plate, which although a bit remote was easily removed.

I then used a very sharp pointed tool to hook first the top and then the bottom filter out.

I would say it took about 2 minutes.

Geoff
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