How to replace the air cabin filter on Peugeot 308, 307 and Citroen C4

How to replace the air cabin filter on Peugeot 308, 307 and Citroen C4

Hello! Today I will show you how to replace
pollen filter on Peugeot 308, 307 and Citroen C4 First we have to see where this filter is located Watch the car in front, the
filter is located on the left side in the engine
compartment under the windscreen To access the filter box,
you must remove sound proofing By removing the 4 retaining clips To remove the clips, use a screwdriver These clips will be reused Carefully remove sound proofing plate Now we can see the filter cover The cover is removed by pulling We now have access to the pollen filter And remove by pulling This is the old filter,
very dirty Compared with the new filter Mount the new filter Follow the air direction
up side to down side Push the filter in fixing guide Put back the filter cover by pressing After we installed the cover,
put in place the sound proofing By using again retainning clips Thanks for watching !
Thum up if useful 🙂

26 thoughts on “How to replace the air cabin filter on Peugeot 308, 307 and Citroen C4

  1. Hi I am interested to know how you check the transmission oil for this 6 speed peugeot 308 turbo? How many liters required if need to be replaced?

  2. @Adrian Dragan 
    Hi Adrian, thank you for your useful videos, I'd applied most of your videos on my car and it works perfectly fine.

    I have Peugeot 308 1.6 2012 petrol engine, my cooling fan is always running at low speed however the weather temp +40 Celsius, what could be the problem? and how to fix it?

  3. I must ask you: I installed a new cabin filter today on a Citroën C4 2007 (petrol) with the arrows on the filter pointing upwards. Is that right? And if not, what happens if you install it the wrong way?

  4. HI Adrian, I am from Hong Kong driving 307SW 05yr, my car display 3 fault code, ABS, AirBag/passager seat bag fault, Gearbox fault. For Gear box fault, it usual running 1-2KM then display but still can run on Gear 4, any advise to me, thank a lots

  5. I did this today on a Citroen C4 I (LC_) 1.4 16V 88PS which was build between 2004 and 2011.
    Its pretty easy and a u need 4 minutes for it.

    Thank you Adrian for this good guide 🙂

  6. If you want a constant nice smelling car, spray deodorizer/scented airfreshner onto the new pollen filter before installing! 🙂

  7. Does anyone knows what is the name of this material/fabric between motor and filter compartment, that Adrian removes first? Is there any Peugeot part number for this? I damaged that complete and removed eventually and now I can feel some smell in cabin, not sure if is up to that. Thank you in advance.

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