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Correct pollen / cabin filter part?

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Old Nov 9th, 2018, 10:18   #11
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It's even worse with LHD... you have to remove the gas pedal first
Yeah I've seen that on videos!
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Take your time and use logic and your own way of thinking to get it done.
i had 3 aborted attempts before getting it done without removing the glovebox or wiring harness.
You will need a 13 mm "deep "socket to get the fuse box bracket off.

Oh and add to Andy d list of requirements some cream to rub into the carpet burns on your arms. !!
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Take your time and use logic and your own way of thinking to get it done.
i had 3 aborted attempts before getting it done without removing the glovebox or wiring harness.
You will need a 13 mm "deep "socket to get the fuse box bracket off.

Oh and add to Andy d list of requirements some cream to rub into the carpet burns on your arms. !!
its better than carpet burns on your knees,,,, "working on the car" is a far more believable excuse for carpet burns on your arms,,,
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