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How to replace the pollen filter in 2001 1.8 turbo New beetle

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Is the car left hand or right hand drive ?if it's right hand drive it is located on the passenger side under plastic cover slide the middle cover off then the left hand section just pops off under the cover there is another cover that is screwed down once you have got this off the pollen filter is on the left had side it has two clips at the front that u pull forward and the filter pulls up and out then u just do the reverse of what u did to re assemble if your car is left hand drive the filter will be on the right hand side good luck

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1 - Frame 3 - Filter element 4 - Plastic nut, 2.5 Nm (20 in lb ) 5 - Filter housing with seal Removing

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  • Push center cover -1- forward -arrow A- and lift up to remove.
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  • Remove screws -arrows- and remove right closeout panel -1-.
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  • Remove rubber grommet -1-.
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