... and if you think about changing the pollen filter yourself, you just need to remove the cover under the dashboard (3x torx, 1 plastic screw) and then unscrew the lid (2 more screws) and push it to the right. Then you can tear out the filter and replace it.
Tip: Better not use the standard replacement filter (1K0 819 644) but order the activated carbon pollen filter (1K1 819 653 A) instead ... it should be only a couple of bucks more, but it's worth the price, as it filters out smells etc. much better.
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