i have taken back the pollen filter.....i think that only the air con models have the filter. i could see what looks like a moulding to take the filter but with no screws to undo. i think that only the aircon models have them fitted. will be interesting to see if someone can find where the filter goes.. Vinny
You may be correct that only ac doblos have a pollen filter i have changed mine but it is an ac version. Middle of passenger footwell oblong cover four screwspull cover offpollen filter inside.
I can see the shape of where the pollen filter could be but there are no screws so that is why i think that there is no pollen filter on these models without air con.. has anyone a picture of the place Vinny
tesla unless you was lucky and they ran out on the production line of standard heater boxs....maybe you have the screws to undo the filter hatch. i can only think that would be the difference without air con. my friends was the 1.9 multijet model without air con... i just changed the pollen filters on my Peugeot 806 which has the same floorpan as the fiat ulysse and citroen. that was hard to find as
no aircon (zircon) no pollen filter
Im not 100% certain but if you look under the dash on the passenger side you should see the bottom of the air con unit (this is all from memory on Mrs_Gs cargo) there is a panel held in with 2 screws. I think thats what you need to remove.
The filter is on your left leg if you sit on the right in front. You cant miss the box its simple and obvious. If you cant see it Its not there. Honestly I doubt that turkish kebabs would put a filter if theres no AC in it so forget about it.
Originally Posted by calebz Honestly I doubt that turkish kebabs would put a filter if theres no AC in it so forget about it. Pardon Would you care to elaborate
Stiff cardboard top of an ice cream tub (eat ice cream first) biscuit tin (sharp) glass fibre (expensive and smelly resin).
Think I will go with top of an ice cream jobby and tape.Tried glass fibre tis morning and gave up half waybloody mess.Hole was to big and it kept sagging in the middle.Stinks as well.
Think its only fitted on models with air con.
Originally Posted by johnhififan Think its only fitted on models with air con. Mines got air con so best I get hunting tomorrow and try and find it
Hi Pedro If you were to kneel on the ground next to the passenger seat and look underneath the glovebox slightly to the right of the line of the glovebox handle you should see a black plastic casing with two screw heads protruding. It appears to be running slightly diagonally and I cant remember if they are philips or torx but I think thats what you are after. ATB Peter varesecrazy liked this post
Pedro is spot on there its an easy job & well worth doing for a small outlay. Have a vacuum ready chances are you will find all manner of dried grass & feathers around the old filter mind you thats country living Lol.
How do you know if they even change the pollen filter. I changed the air filter on the doblo a few weeks ago & one bolt was particularly hard to get to & on taking the filter out & looking at the amount of insects etc I dont believe the filter had ever been changed.
Cheers mate Ill have a look there. First half of service done. Pain in arse having to take of sump guard before you do anything. 3 13mm bolts 2 10mm bolts 4 Phillips screes and two 8mm nuts. This was second service first was at fiat dealer who managed to round off the inside of the hex in the sump plug but easy enough to get mole grips on. Oil filter was king nightmare. Some hairy asrsed git in the
Originally Posted by Obadiah Had a horrific drive up a cold wet motorway in Mrs Os doblo at the weekend. The only way to keep even the windscreen clear was to have the heater on full blast or add aircon. A suggestion on another forum (not fiat ) was to change the pollen filter. Anyone think this might help Any other suggestions please If I have to change the filter where is it please Many years ago
When was the pollen filter changed sounds like it could be blocked.
were abouts is the pollen filter on fiat doblo 1.2 diesel
Originally Posted by crazytaxi Does my doblo have a pollen filter if so were can I find it Not sure if you have a facelift or original version or if they are different. On the original look up from where the front seat passengers feet would be. There is a rectangular cover held in place with a screw if i remember correctly. Hope this helps.
Could your pollen filter be dirty restricting air flow A colleague of mine once had a similar problem in his Mondeo and his pollen filter had become soaked which stopped all airflow through it - not a lot of fun as he couldnt keep his screen clear or stay warm - once a new filter was fitted all was well. As far as temperature goes I think you should be using warm air as it can carry away the moisture
Have tried heater on both recirculation and from the outside source. Interesting fact is that when I turn up the heat there is a smell akin to cat pee that comes through so maybe the pollen filter suggestion could be a winner.
Originally Posted by klingon2me Of course I suppose there could actually be a cat trapped under the bonnet Never thought of that before - lol I saw this once in Spain a cat trapped behind an engine in a very crowded engine bay the car had been driven before the owner found out. I think short of stripping the engine out it would stay there too as it was beyond being able to work its way out. It could
For cars under 9kyear you only change oilpollen filter. Modern diesels are a far cry from the older tractors im afraid due to the high pressures you cant even crank open the pipes like you used too also modern diesels can carry out up to 5 injections per cycle on each injector. This is why modern diesels are so powerful and also bare in mind EOBD legislation (now euro 6) has to be met. Forgot to add
Originally Posted by guest5234 well what do they do on a full service except the oil fiter and air filter and have a look at fluid levels check beltlubricate locksbonnet catchtyre pressurebrakessuspensionall levelscheck lightswiperswashersemissionsseat beltsfuel filterair filterpollen filtertest drivecheck for software updatesreset service lightreset oil degredation light...that enough
Originally Posted by T14086 check beltlubricate locksbonnet catchtyre pressurebrakessuspensionall levelscheck lightswiperswashersemissionsseat beltsfuel filterair filterpollen filtertest drivecheck for software updatesreset service lightreset oil degredation light...that enough for &163285 no and most of those checks I can do myself and wont some of the others be done on my MOT next month so that leaves reset service lightreset oil degredation light and whats a software update
Hi yes it does definately have a turbo now I know where it is all I can say is that the noise is definately not coming from there. The noise seems to be coming from the back of the engine between the engine and the dash. The mechanic says that the only time he has ever heard a similar noise is when the timing belt needed replacing on a car but he cant see that that would need doing it has done so