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    heater blower

    I have a 2.0di mk4 van and the blowers when on full are not very powerful. I know its probably just blocked or clogged up somewhere. Has anyone had the same or similar problem and if so how did you sort it??

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    It's probably the pollen filter thats blocked up, you may find it's never been changed

    This is behind the glovebox
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    cheers, ill check it in the morning

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    Sorted it today. It was the pollen filter. I didnt bother buying a new one. Just cleaned the one that was there. Spot on now. Twice as powerful. cheers

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    ohhhhhhhhhhhh.............thats why mines not powerful too!!! where abouts behind the glove box? and what does it look like?

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    To the right of the pic below you car see to bolt headed screws, the pollen filter is behind that

    Want a professional job done on fitting your aftermarket electrical accessories? PM me for a quote
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    cheers babe, wow i changed it myself and guess what...............they are powerful again!!! yipeeeeeeeeeeeeeeeeeeee, thanks for ya help guys!!

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    i have the same problem hopefully it will be as easy as that im guna hav a look tomoz

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