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Vauxhall Zafira A (1999 - 2005) - 1.6 Pollen Filter location.  
1.6 Pollen Filter location. - nissan man
Hi,

Does anyone know how to change the Pollen Filter on a Vauhall Zafira 1.6 Club ?

It's not mentioned at all in the Drivers manual.

Any thoughts on this would be GREAT !!!

Thanks


Edited by Pugugly {P} on 01/01/2008 at 19:51

Tags: technical issues pollen filter maintenance and servicing cam belt cam belts

Vauxhall Zafira Pollen Filter change - spikeyhead {p}
www.puravent.co.uk/filters/dispfilter.pl?id=100

All you need to know on the puravent website
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Vauxhall Zafira Pollen Filter change - johnny
.. but don't pay £30 for the Puravent one. Under a tenner should do it.
I never quite got the trim back properly on mine, also ended up with a spare clip but no obvious hole for it to go into.
Vauxhall Zafira Pollen Filter change - Bill Payer
.. but don't pay £30 for the Puravent one. Under a tenner should do it.


Where from?
Vauxhall Zafira Pollen Filter change - Dynamic Dave
Where from?


The one I bought for my fathers car (Astra-G, so will be the same one as the Zafira) cost just under a tenner from Vauxhall approx 6 months ago.
Vauxhall Zafira Pollen Filter change - Ruperts Trooper
The pollen filter is specific to Zafira - it's the only service item that differs from the Astra.
Vauxhall Zafira Pollen Filter change - Dynamic Dave
The pollen filter is specific to Zafira


Yes, I had forgotten that the Zafira heating system is larger on the Zafira. Also the part no's on the puravent website should have given me a clue.

Still, won't be much more, if any price difference at all to that of the Astra-G - note, if bought from Vauxhall of course ;o)
Vauxhall Zafira Pollen Filter change - Tony
It took me 45 minutes to finish the job using the Puravent instrutions, most helpful.
A word of warning though, anyone who needs reading glasses with need either 2 pairs, one in front of the other, or a second stronger pair as it all takes place very close to your face, crouching in the footwell trying to turn your head to see what you are doing.
Bert

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