Volkswagen Cabin Air (Pollen) Filter How to (DIY) Install and Where it is Located

Looking to find our where your Cabin (Pollen) Filter is on your VW model? This video was done on a MK5 VW Jetta but applies to almost all current model VW's. The recommended service interval is every 20K miles on most VW and Audi Models.

The Genuine VW/Audi Pollen Filter installed on this car is this one
http://www.deutscheautoparts.com/View/1K1-819-653-B/1K1-819-653-A/0/43701

Applies to the following models
Audi - A3 - 8P 2006-2008
Audi - A3 - 8P 2009-2013
VW - Beetle - 2012-Present
VW - CC - 2009-2012
VW - CC - 2013- Current
VW - EOS - All
VW - Golf - MK6 2010-2014
VW - GTI - MK5 2006-2009
VW - GTI - MK6 2010-2014
VW - Jetta - MK5 2005.5-2010
VW - Jetta - MK6 2011-Present
VW - Passat - B6 2006-2010
VW - Passat - B7 2012-Present
VW - R Models - R32 2008
VW - R Models - Golf R Mk6
VW - Rabbit - 2006-2009 MK5
VW - Sportwagen - 2009
VW - Sportwagen - 2009
VW - Sportwagen - 2010-Current
VW - Tiguan - 2009-2011
VW - Tiguan - 2012-Current

Disclaimer: Please note all DIY are intended for basic information. Deutsche Auto Parts is not liable for any damage incurred during any attempt to follow the information shown in the video above.

This video was filmed at our facility
Deutsche Auto Parts
18525 Statesville Rd
Unit D4
Cornelius NC 28031

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