BMW M3 series cabin air filter location. From year 1996, 1997, 1998, 1999.
Here you can find how to locate BMW M3 series pollen filter when you need to replace.
Where is located cabin air filter on a BMW M3. Maintenance of a car differ from a vehicle to another. If you car service is approaches, below you can see how to change air conditioning filter.
Cabin air filter on BMW M3 is located inside the car on the passenger side.
To have access and to replace the cabin air filter on a BMW M3 follow the next instruction.
First time you need to close vents and to remove the screws like in picture, open the glove compartment and remove the locking tabs and screw under vents.
Remove ventilator panel and glove compartment door and remove screw above door hinges (see picture).
After do this remove in this order the next pieces: screw from both side of glove compartment like in picture bellow, remove the light cover, remove the bolt, unplug and remove light, remove glove compartment.
The next step is to remove cover and plastic from air duct and then remove air duct, move any cable to side to can push block upwards out of holder. Turn wheel on filter housing cover 90° counter clockwise and remove the filter hosing cover, remove the old cabin air filter and replace with the new one. Reassemble all pieces back.
For more guidance feel free to ask about how to replace the air conditioning filter for BMW M3.
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How to locate if you need to change cabin air filter, oil filter, fuel filter, pollen filter, dust filter or air filter on BMW M3 series.
Pictures can be different from one car to another but the procedure is the same.
Why is necessary to replace the cabin air filter? Is necessary to replace this filter to protect you and your passenger from bad odors, some allergen, from pollen and is very important if somebody from your car is allergic to pollen, dust and other particle.
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