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Re: Toyota Yaris T3 1.0lt (2006 model) Pollen filter
I don't have a photo to send, but it is located behind the glove box. You have to drop the glovebox door down, by pushing in on both sides of the box...Observe the tray that holds the filter; pinch the latches on the tray and pull the tray out towards you.
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the pollen filter housing is near the firewall,and the air cleaner is located in the air box induction housing...do you have a owners manual?If not send me your email adddress I will send you a link to down load one.
Put the seat back all the way rearward (just to give you more room to move.
On the panel just directly below the glove box, there should be two Torx 25 screws. Remove those and pull that panel downward and rotate the right side back, that should release it from the kick panel on the left.
Now towards the back you should see the blower motor. Kind of an off white color and a black panel on the bottom of that.
It's held in with four gold colored Torx 25 screws. Remove those and the pollen filter should be in there.
If you have the thin pollen filter, you can get away with simply removing the two golden Torx 25 screws closest to you, carefully bend down the black plastic cover (carefully enough to squeeze the pollen filter past, I've seen people break them cause they do it too much).
If you have the thicker pollen filter, you have no choice but have to remove the four screws.