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Cabin / Pollen Filters

Cabin / Pollen Filters
  1. Bosch 1987431157 Cabin Filter
    £9.02 £7.52
  2. Bosch 1987431172 Cabin Filter M1172
    £9.24 £7.70
  3. Bosch 1987431459 Cabin Filter Active Carbon
    £14.21 £11.84
  4. Bosch 1987432001 Cabin Filter M2001
    £9.45 £7.87
  5. Bosch 1987432002 Cabin Filter M2002
    £10.05 £8.37
  6. Bosch 1987432003 Cabin Filter M2003
    £5.82 £4.85
  7. Bosch 1987432004 Cabin Filter
    £7.61 £6.34
  8. Bosch 1987432006 Cabin Filter M2006
    £7.18 £5.98
  9. Bosch 1987432007 Cabin Filter M2007
    £9.24 £7.70
  10. Bosch 1987432012 Cabin Filter M2012
    £4.06 £3.38
  11. Bosch 1987432013 Cabin Filter M2013
    £6.96 £5.80
  12. Bosch 1987432015 Cabin Filter M2015
    £5.63 £4.69
  13. Bosch 1987432016 Cabin Filter M2016
    £5.99 £4.99
  14. Bosch 1987432017 Cabin Filter M2017
    £5.40 £4.50
  15. Bosch 1987432018 Cabin Filter M2018
    £8.80 £7.33
  16. Bosch 1987432020 Cabin Filter M2020
    £9.11 £7.59
  17. Bosch 1987432021 Cabin Filter M2021
    £7.85 £6.54
  18. Bosch 1987432028 Cabin Filter M2028
    £8.19 £6.82
  19. Bosch 1987432036 Cabin Filter M2036
    £10.80 £9.00
  20. Bosch 1987432037 Cabin Filter M2037
    £7.18 £5.98
  21. Bosch 1987432038 Cabin Filter M2038
    £6.31 £5.26
  22. Bosch 1987432039 Cabin Filter M2039
    £5.42 £4.52
  23. Bosch 1987432040 Cabin Filter M2040
    £6.64 £5.53
  24. Bosch 1987432042 Cabin Filter M2042
    £9.35 £7.79
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Cabin (Pollen) Filters

Without a cabin filter, your vehicle will become contaminated with pollutants and allergens, triggering asthma, hay fever and fatigue.  You’ll also be subjected to the smells of the countryside, sewage plants and the chemicals of your washer fluid.

To avoid this, you’ll need to replace your pollen filter every 12,000 – 15,000 miles, or around once a year.  You may need to change it more often if you live in a highly polluted area. 

By replacing your filter regularly, you extend the lifetime of many car parts in your vehicle.  Use our car part finder to identify the cabin filter for your vehicle.

Your pollen filter works by trapping debris in a mechanically-driven sieve with an electrostatic paper filter or an active carbon filter.

 

How do I know that my cabin filter needs to be replaced?

  • Your windows are foggy.
  • Your vehicle smells stale (unless it’s last week’s takeaway).
  • There is a low level of air pressure in the cabin at the maximum fan speed.
  • Your air-conditioning is poor.
  • Cabin heating is insufficient.
  • There is low air circulation.

 

Why does my cabin filter need to be replaced?

Your filter has:

  • Been installed incorrectly.
  • Been exposed to moisture or oil.
  • Been exposed to debris.
  • Exceeded its expected lifespan.
  • Absorbed excessive chemicals.

 

If your cabin filter shows no sign of severe pollution, it may be cleared by shaking it.

 

How do I replace my cabin filter?

Although pollen filters can’t be repaired, they are relatively cheap car parts that can be replaced easily.  

Locate your cabin filter in the engine compartment beneath the windscreen.  Remove your filter cover (it will be attached with screws or latches).  Your replacement filter can then be screwed into place and the cover resealed.  

 

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