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Old 11-04-2007, 07:33 AM   #1
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Cabin Filter Replacement

I want to know where is the localization of the Cabin Filter of a X5, 2004. How difficult is to change?
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its behind your dash under the hood above the brake fluid reservoir. 3 or more screws (can be removed by hand) that secured the cover. Remove cover and pull the filter out.

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I want to know where is the localization of the Cabin Filter of a X5, 2004. How difficult is to change?
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