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post #11 of 19 (permalink) Old 06-02-2021, 15:31
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I have an early 2006 (before the facelift) Elddis based on a Peugeot boxer. Took out the glove box & pictures don't match this article. No obvious filter housing. read other posts and can't see anything under the bonnet either. Do all have a pollen filter fitted? if so any other suggestions as to the location please? Web search only seems to pull up companies wanting to sell me one
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Your pollen filter is on the passanger side under a plastic cover at the base of the windscreen you need to remove the windscreen wipers to remove it
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Looked under the screen position and no filter housing there. Can anybody confirm if the all have one? somebody i spoke to suggested that pollen filters may only be fitted to vehicles with cab aircon, which mine hasn't got. Thanks
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You state your van is 2006 is it an X244 or X250?? for that year it could be either, the first part of your VIN number will tell you.


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Looked under the screen position and no filter housing there. Can anybody confirm if the all have one? somebody i spoke to suggested that pollen filters may only be fitted to vehicles with cab aircon, which mine hasn't got. Thanks
The filter slots in right at the top off that void it could have been removed by the previous owner if you look on You Tube you can see one being replaced on a X230 Ducato which is in the same place as your X244
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Thanks both responders
my Vin starts with VF3ZBRMAB then numbers. No X244 OR X250 ? Maybe that's because its a Peugeot not a Fiat?
I found the video & mine doesn't look the same. There is what appears to be an air tunnel under the passenger side but no housing for a filter, will try & upload a photo.
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Apologies ref the VIN number automatically thought Ducato.

Have a look at this video
should be same as yours.


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Thanks John

That video clears it up, he says pollen filter on models with cab AC and there isn't one if no AC.

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