Time for Cabin Filter Replacement on your Volvo? Yes, it probably is! This is a largely overlooked maintenance item. The cabin filter is also called a pollen filter. P2 Volvos are the following models, and this DIY explains how to do it.
Replaced the cabin filter on the P2 today
- Two Torx 20 screws to undo the kick panel, then u clips in three places
- 4 Torx 20’screws to drop the filter cover.
- I snapped out the plastic block and went with the thick filter over the thin.
Why Do Cabin/Pollen Filters Need to be Changed?
If you don’t change your cabin air filter, the filter will become more clogged with dirt and debris and the efficiency of the filter and your car’s HVAC system will be compromised. The air volume into your passenger compartment will be continually reduced which will lead to the issue of foul odors inside your car. The simple act of changing your cabin air filter will dramatically improve the air quality in your vehicle.championautoparts.com
Did You Know? Volvo Cars operates independently of the umbrella company.
This is where people sometimes get confused. Volvo Cars and Volvo Group are actually two different companies, although they’re both under the same umbrella, at least they used to be. At one point, Volvo Group decided to create a separate section of its company that would focus on automobile production, referring to it as Volvo Cars. At the time, both companies were operating out of the same location. Today, much of that has changed and will be discussed in the following sections.
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