How do I Find My Audi A3, TT, TT Quattro, Seat Leon, Toledo, Toledo II, Volkswagen Cabrio, Derby, Golf, City, GTI, R32, Jetta, Passat or Van Cabin Air Filter

Your cabin air filter is located under the hood, on the firewall. Open up the hood and remove the weather stripping from along the firewall’s top. Remove the screws that are holding the access panel on. Now remove the firewall. Locate the cabin air filter.

How do I Find My Volkswagen Beetle or Beetle Cabrio Cabin Air Filter

Your cabin air filter is located in the center of the dash. Push the panel toward the windshield, wiggling it back and forth so that it comes free. Remove the panel. You should see 3 screws holding the dash panel. Remove the access panel. There should be 6 screws holding the cabin air filter access panel. Remove them. Now, pull up the access panel, starting with the left and move toward the right. Press in the 2 tabs to remove the cabin air filter and the tray from the housing.

K&N VF2012 replacement cabin air filter fits the following vehicles:

2010 Volkswagen Beetle Cabrio 2.5L L5 Fuel Injection
2007-2010 Volkswagen Golf City 2.0L L4 Fuel Injection
2006-2010 Volkswagen Beetle 2.5L L5 Fuel Injection
2007-2009 Volkswagen Jetta City 2.0L L4 Fuel Injection
2003-2009 Volkswagen Van 1.8L L4 Fuel Injection
2006-2008 Volkswagen GTI 2.0L L4 Fuel Injection
2004-2006 Audi TT Quattro 3.2L V6 Fuel Injection
2000-2006 Audi TT 1.8L L4 Fuel Injection
2000-2006 Audi TT Quattro 1.8L L4 Fuel Injection
2000-2006 Volkswagen Golf 1.9L L4 Diesel Engine
2000-2006 Volkswagen Golf GTI 1.8L L4 Fuel Injection
2000-2006 Volkswagen Golf 2.0L L4 Fuel Injection
1998-2006 Volkswagen Beetle 1.9L L4 Diesel Engine
2005 Seat Toledo II 1.8L L4 Fuel Injection
2005 Volkswagen Passat 2.0L L4 Diesel Engine US Models Only
2003-2005 Seat Leon 1.8L L4 Fuel Injection
2002-2005 Volkswagen Passat 2.8L V6 Fuel Injection
2002-2005 Volkswagen Passat 1.8L L4 Fuel Injection
1999-2005 Volkswagen Derby 1.8L L4 Fuel Injection
1999-2005 Volkswagen Beetle 1.8L L4 Fuel Injection
1998-2005 Volkswagen Jetta 1.8L L4 Fuel Injection
1996-2005 Volkswagen Golf GTI 2.8L V6 Fuel Injection
1995-2005 Volkswagen Beetle 2.0L L4 Fuel Injection
1993-2005 Volkswagen Jetta 2.0L L4 Fuel Injection
1993-2005 Volkswagen Jetta 1.9L L4 Diesel Engine BEW Eng.
2004 Volkswagen Passat 2.0L L4 Diesel Engine
2004 Volkswagen Golf R32 3.2L V6 Fuel Injection
2002-2004 Seat Toledo 1.8L L4 Fuel Injection
2002-2004 Volkswagen Passat 4.0L W8 Fuel Injection
1998-2004 Audi A3 1.8L L4 Fuel Injection
1994-2004 Volkswagen Jetta 2.8L V6 Fuel Injection
1999-2003 Volkswagen Golf GTI 2.0L L4 Fuel Injection
2003 Volkswagen Derby 2.0L L4 Fuel Injection
2000-2002 Volkswagen Cabrio 2.0L L4 Fuel Injection
2000-2001 Volkswagen Golf 1.8L L4 Fuel Injection
1993-1999 Volkswagen Golf 2.0L L4 Fuel Injection
1993-1999 Volkswagen Golf 1.9L L4 Diesel Engine
1995 Volkswagen Golf 2.8L V6 Fuel Injection
1993-1995 Volkswagen Jetta 1.8L L4 Fuel Injection

How do I Replace My Audi A3, TT, TT Quattro, Seat Leon, Toledo, Toledo II, Volkswagen Cabrio, Derby, Golf, City, GTI, R32, Jetta, Passat or Van Cabin Air Filter

  1. Open the hood.
  2. Remove weather stripping from the top of the firewall. Fig. 1
  3. Remove the screws that attach the access panel to the firewall. Fig. 2
  4. Once the screws are removed, the access panel can be removed from the vehicle. Fig. 3
  5. Locate cabin filter; pressing the 2 tabs carefully lift up and remove the cabin filter tray. Fig. 4&5
  6. Once dirty cabin filter is removed clean any debris that might be present on the cabin filter housing & tray.
  7. Remove dirty cabin filter from tray. Fig. 6
  8. Install K&N® Cabin Filter in tray. NOTE: Place filter in tray so indent in filter will miss the 2 tabs on filter tray. Fig 7
  9. Reinstall cabin filter tray into cabin filter housing; ensure tray is locked into place. Fig. 8
  10. Reverse steps 1-4 to complete cabin filter installation. With the cabin filter installed, clean an area on the housing and apply the K&N® Stop Decal. The decal will help notify others that this is a reusable cabin filter.

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How do I Replace My Volkswagen Beetle or Beetle Cabrio Cabin Air Filter

  1. Locate access panel in center of dash. Fig. 1
  2. Push the panel toward the windshield, wiggling back and forth and remove panel. Fig. 2&3
  3. Remove the 3 screws that attach the dash panel to in the center. Fig. 4
  4. Once the screws are removed, the access panel can be removed from the vehicle. Fig. 5
  5. Remove the 6 screws that hold the cabin filer access panel and remove. Fig. 6
  6. Once screws are removed, pull up on access panel starting on left side and working to the right then remove. Fig. 7&8
  7. Locate cabin filter tray, press in 2 tabs to remove cabin air filter & tray from housing.
  8. Remove dirty cabin filter from tray. NOTE: Remove any debris that might be present on cabin filter tray and inside the cabin filter housing. Fig 9
  9. Install K&N® Cabin Filter in tray. The indents will face up on the filter and will only fit in one direction. Once filter is installed correctly the filter will sit flush inside of tray.
  10. With filter and tray together, install in cabin filter housing.
  11. Reverse steps 1-7 to complete cabin filter installation. With the cabin filter installed, clean an area on the housing and apply the K&N® Stop Decal. The decal will help notify others that this is a re-usable cabin filter.

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