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post #46 of 96 (permalink) Old 22nd June 2007
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Originally Posted by cbrcarts View Post
Not yet Bampah, I'm going to have a look at the end of the month. As soon as I source somewhere I will keep everyone posted. I managed to take the old pollen filter out and have a look at it. It's filthy!! How often should this filter be replaced?

Mines all done & it's like a breath of fresh air...........literally!
The cheapest quote I could get was at Camberley Auto Factors at 11.15 inclusive
When I got there, it was the wrong one but they did have mine in stock (I took the old one with me to make sure).
The price should have been 17 but they let me have it for the quoted price.
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Excellent Info Bampah..If you want to guarantee to get the right part,take the old one with you (where possible).

Just to add to a great thread,the small hex headed bolt holding the pollen filter slider in place is 6mm in size(I changed one a few days ago..Unless you want to hoover up the mess,it's worth putting some newspaper or similar in the footwell when removing the slider panel as if the filter hasn't been changed for some time it will be full of dust and debris which will fall into the footwell on removal of the slider panel and the filter!.

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Renault Scenic - Poor Airflow Through Heater Vents*fixed*

I am having trouble with my ventilation system. When I turn on either my air-con or the fan to get air through my ducts into the car everything seems to turn on however I have very (and a mean Very) little air coming from my ducts. This is my first renault and they appear much harder to work with than my Ford Fiesta do would appreciate any ideas before I start taking things apart. Typically, Haynes seems to troubleshoot everything except this.
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Smile change your pollen filter!

had that problem with mine aircon useless and very little from heater changed the pollen filter ..what a difference ! aircons freezing and the blowers are 10 times more powerful couldnt believe it at first i was 2 days away from having a regas ! best 13 quid ive ever spent..........
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post #50 of 96 (permalink) Old 25th July 2007
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Hi leeds, I posted in your main thread about this. I think the pollen filter will need changing as I suspect it is sodden with the water issue you mentioned.
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