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Default 2005 cabin/pollen filter replacement w/pics FAQ

Difficulty level: novice
Tools needed: stubby (short) 8mm torx with 1/4" wrench or 1/4" swivel socket (pictured)
Time: less than 15 minutes (cold 1 break included)

Remove 4 push/pull pins, remove 2-torx screw cowl access covers (thumb nail) remove 2- T20 screws, gently lift cowl cover with left hand, push 2-thumb tabs lift filter cover (note 2 black arrows in photo), lift filter up and out.
Install, reverse procedure

per passport to service manual, this filter should be changed every 10,000 miles (16090 km to our metric friends)
 
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Great post Rick. A relative is talking of getting a large lockup and once we have cover I want to start projects like this.
 
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Nice one

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Thank you for the info and pics! I'll do it tomorrow!
 
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Thank you for the info.!!!!!

Will the procedure be the same for 2007??
 
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Er.... he doesn't own a 2007 car (nor do I) so......... probably. Try it and report back
 
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wicked post!!!
 
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Hi Rick,

That's for the instructions.

The pollen filter on my 2006 S-Type hadn't ever been changed.

AC works much better now.

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I'm going to be doing this as soon as I get home as it was on the PPI list.

So muchas gracias.


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Yeah, I think it's time to change the cabin filter...always wondered why I'm always light headed while driving my 03 STR w/93k....lack of O2?
 
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Originally Posted by bfsgross View Post
always wondered why I'm always light headed while driving my 03 STR w/93k....lack of O2?
Maybe your gravity suit has a minor puncture
 
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Adding to Rick's excellent write up:

There are two different cabin filters for the S-Type depending on VIN. I must have an earlier version than Rick's since I did not need any tools. I removed the 4 popup pins with my key and then removed the filter after popping the two filter covers. Somewhat to my surprise the old filter was a Ford Micron filter. Here are some part numbers:

FD02115 >PET PC<

2R83 180483 AD

Total time for mine was less than 5 minutes. No cold ones were consumed owing to the early hour on Sunday. I had to do it early since it has been over 100 degrees during the daytime.
 
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Interesting Mike, no torx screws? The original filter was stamped with a Jag number and my replacement is a Ford as I recall. I do not think ours was ever replaced simply due to the filthiness in it.

You forgot to mention the humidity factor as well, here it was been 100+ F and 97% humidity! I thinkng I might start off today with a cold 1.....or 18
 

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Interesting Mike, no torx screws? The original filter was stamped with a Jag number and my replacement is a Ford as I recall. I do not think ours was ever replaced simply due to the filthiness in it.

You forgot to mention the humidity factor as well, here it was been 100+ F and 97% humidity! I thinkng I might start off today with a cold 1.....or 18
I was a bit surprised also about no torx screws. I brought a bunch of tools that I didn't need as it turned out. It was 105 degrees yesterday, but it was a wet heat. I take it you not be partaking of any dead squirrel beer, but your normal light selection du jour. I like to go to Total Beverage and mix and match the various brands, mostly ales though.
 
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Hi Rick,

That's for the instructions.

The pollen filter on my 2006 S-Type hadn't ever been changed.

AC works much better now.

Ira
Ira,

I noticed the same thing. I had to adjust my temperature setting up by 2 degrees because I was starting to get cold. Ravages of old age I suppose as well.
 
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As a member; what do you have to do to get access to the photographs???


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post 4 more times,you need a total of 10 posts.

go up to the S type off subject and I will help you get to 10
 
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Thank You joycesjag.

I did that this weekend... That place was full of crap....

Thanks for saving time and money and making me feel good after that :P.

Thanks a lot,
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Thanks!!! I just changed mine. I am not sure how I even got any air into the cabin with all that crap built up in there.
 
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Just pulled mine out, I had to pull the push/pull pins and all of the torx screws to get at mine. I had no idea what I was doing so it took about 20 minutes before I got the hang of it. My filter was a Mahle LAK250, and it doesn't look that bad. Since I went through the efforts of pulling it out I will replace it. I hope NAPA has one in stock!
 

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