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Old 03-05-2018, 04:50 AM
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Can anyone find in wis how to change cabin filter in 2017 w213 220d?
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Old 03-05-2018, 08:17 AM
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Originally Posted by Antoni View Post
hello.
Can anyone find in wis how to change cabin filter in 2017 w213 220d?
thank you!
if itís anything like my 13 E350, itís a real pain. Have to drop the panel underneath the glove box, etc.
my Lexus S430 made it so easy that you can take it out and reinstall in inside the glovebox.
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Same procedure, remove panel under glove box, open the lid next to the fan housing and pull out filter.
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It probably also requires a tork wrench. I just let the dealer do it periodically, but I have and still change them on all my non-M-B vehicles.
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Nope, but a torX head screw driver.
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Bumping to see if anyone has successful done this Unlike previous models, there seems to be only one Torx screw, and the other 2 attachments under the front of the glove box are clips....so I'm thinking easy-peasy right? Wrong....unlike videos I've viewed for the previous models, the panel is almost impossible to remove without scratching or breaking something which leads me to believe that some of the trim (i.e. PS footwell and/or side panel) may need to be removed before the panel can drop and one can access the filter to change it

Would appreciate any help (oh and the original post was for the 220d but I would assume it would be the same for the MY '17 E300 sedan so didn't want to duplicate)

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Dust filter (engine compartment) OEM part # 1668300218.
Air Quality Package P21 + combination filter (dash) 2058350147.

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Originally Posted by konigstiger View Post
Dust filter (engine compartment) OEM part # 1668300218.
Air Quality Package P21 + combination filter (dash) 2058350147.
Thank you so much! This is exactly what I was looking for
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Hi! I was searching for this as well. Did you have any luck replacing the two filters on your own? The one in the engine bay looks easy... the one in the cabin I'm not sure. How did it go?
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Hi! I was searching for this as well. Did you have any luck replacing the two filters on your own? The one in the engine bay looks easy... the one in the cabin I'm not sure. How did it go?
It was straight forward, no surprises as the instructions were great
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