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Air filter replacement ford focus 2010 - 2010 Ford Focus 1.6

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SOURCE: cabin air filter

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Cabin Air Filter Installation
Annoyed with all the pollen and dust in your interior? Unless you special ordered it, Ford left out the cabin air filter. Here's how to install one in your Focus. Compliments of myFordFocus.com Forum Member: CinnabonBoy Cost: $10.00 Time to Complete: 10 minutes Tools Required:

  • Flat Head screwdriver
  • Phillips head screwdriver
Parts Needed:
  • Purolator cabin filter: C25387 -OR- Motorcraft cabin filter: FP38
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Instructions: (Click images to Enlarge)
  1. Stop the windshield wipers when they are in the up position. Since the filter will be placed on the passenger side, this will make it easier to access the panel.
  2. In the center of the windshield, there is a small plastic circle piece. Pry it off with the flathead screwdriver, and set it aside in a safe place. Remove the screw you have uncovered. (See picture) This will make it easier to remove the panel you are about to remove.
  3. There are 3 plastic locking clips holding the cover down. Use your flathead screwdriver to GENTLY pry them up. Once they are up, give the whole piece a little tug up and to the left. You will see the slot where the filter goes.
    • BE CAREFUL!!!! Everything is made of plastic, and everything can break. Take your time, and don't get frustrated.
  4. In this slot, there is an eggcrate style plastic piece retaining the space where your filter is about to be placed. Pull up and out on it to remove it. You will not need this piece, so you can discard it, or keep it in a safe place.
  5. Remove your filter from the box.
    • Note: which side is to be placed "up".
  6. Slide the filter into the casing, ensuring a snug fit.
  7. Replace everything you removed by reversing the steps above.
  8. Go in the car, and blast the vent, to remove any dust, etc. that may have been in the vents.
  9. Enjoy your clean air! You will notice that your interior will stay cleaner for longer periods of time, and you can breathe easier!!

Posted on Aug 21, 2008

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SOURCE: air filter location

Does not have a filter. It has a canister that will last 100K.

Posted on Jan 09, 2009

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SOURCE: Ford Focus TDCi Service

it depends on what oil filter you have fitted on your car if you have the screw on type it woud be at the back of the engine on the offside.and the other filter sounds like its the pollen filter. hope this helps

Posted on Oct 11, 2009

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SOURCE: Where is the Air Filter Located in a 2006 ford

Actually, the newer ('05+) Duratec motors have a sealed airbox. There is a meter on the side of it (positioned just behind the driver side headlight.) To qualify as a Partial Zero Emission vehicle all emissions parts are required to last for 100k miles. 100k miles is when Ford recommends replacing it. Yes... you replace the ENTIRE airbox. Often times it's more cost effective to replace the unit with a traditional cold air induction kit (~$150) with a more traditional air filter.

Posted on Jul 20, 2010

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SOURCE: Is it true the 2003

Yes. The 2003 2.3L Air Filter is located up above the Driver's Side Front Wheel Well. (I own one) The last time I checked, a Ford Dealer wanted $500 just for the filter which is encapsulated in a two piece plastic cartridge. I have just let mine run with the original and now have 208K on the car. Not good I know, and am losing MPG's, but I don't have the money to replace the stock filter or replace with an aftermarket kit to bypass it. It looks like it can be separated with a hot air gun but unknown if the "sponge like" filter material can be washed and reinserted or not.

Posted on Nov 05, 2011

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