Vehicle maintenance is one of the essential tasks you need to achieve if you want to keep your vehicle in good condition and avoid unexpected breakdowns that would require you to waste a lot of money. Some maintenance work seem obvious to everyone, such as oil and filter changes, but for others you may not always be aware of them. Today we’re going to focus on a less known but equally significant maintenance task, how to change the cabin filter on my PORSCHE PANAMERA? For this, first we’ll discover where the cabin filter on your PORSCHE PANAMERA is, and secondly how to change this famous filter, also known as pollen filter.
Where is the cabin filter on my PORSCHE PANAMERA?
So let’s start our article content with location of the cabin filter on your PORSCHE PANAMERA. According to the year of your motor vehicle and the series, the filter can be placed in three different places, we will now detail these locations.
Passenger compartment filter found in the engine compartment
To locate the cabin filter of your PORSCHE PANAMERA?, we advise you to check out the side of the engine compartment, in truth, it is one of the most preferred places for car manufacturers. This is only because this is where the PORSCHE PANAMERA’s external air intake is installed. This is where your car will supply air to your passenger compartment. It is most of the time located just below the windscreen, at the level of the air vents, you can access it through the bonnet of your automotive, it will be in a plastic box.
Cabin filter which is under the glove box of an PORSCHE PANAMERA
The second possible location for the cabin filter on your PORSCHE PANAMERA is under the glove compartment of your car. This is the least complicated place to access, you will just have to lie down and look under your glove box and you should find a black box containing the pollen filter, just unclip it to access your filter.
Cabin filter which is under the dashboard of your PORSCHE PANAMERA
Finally, last location where the cabin filter on your PORSCHE PANAMERA can be placed is under your dashboard, to access it you will have to take out your glove box which is in most cases held by clips or a screw. Once this is done, you should see the black box it is in.
How to change the cabin filter of my PORSCHE PANAMERA?
Finally, we will now teach you how to change the cabin filter of your PORSCHE PANAMERA? Although this is a rather common procedure, it must be done at the right time to avoid concerns on your motor vehicle.
When to change the cabin filter on PORSCHE PANAMERA?
The big query for a good number of PORSCHE PANAMERA owners is when to change this filter, because we know that you have to change it every 20,000 kilometres; don’t be reluctant to read our article content on the removal of the service indicator light; however, for the cabin filter, it’s a whole other question. It should be replaced every year if you use your motor vehicle regularly or every two years if you drive in the country side and only make short trips. The purpose of this filter is to filter out air harmful particles, allergens and exhaust gases. Do not hesitate to change it more regularly if you drive in city.
How to take out the cabin filter on my PORSCHE PANAMERA?
Last but not least, the last step that surely draws you to this publication, how to take out the cabin filter from your PORSCHE PANAMERA? This step is honestly very common. Once you’ve found the position of the filter, all you have to do is to unclip the box in which it is located and softly pull it out. Be careful when taking it out to look carefully in which direction it is positioned (you will often find an arrow that gives the direction of the air), so remember to position your new filter in the same direction. You just have to close and re-clip the box and you’re done changing the cabin filter of your PORSCHE PANAMERA.
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