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My CMax has become a bit pongy, and I imagine it is because the pollen filter needs changing (I've tried some a/c cleaning aerosol stuff, but it didn't work).
Question is, do I actually need to put a new filter back in? Why not leave it out altogether? I don't mind if pollen, or other dust, gets in.
 

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hi i have just changed our pollen filter in our 2.0 tdci and i tried it without the filter to see what it was like as our blower seems to be a bit weak, but made no differance to the speed of the blower. as for leaving the filter out just lets in all the smells from the engine bay so i put the filter back in and the filter was only £5 for a ford one of ebay so you might as well put a new filter in as you would already have it apart.
 
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