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I have a C2S 06 with Nav. and Phone antenna build above the filter. The support of the antenna has formed a cage enclosed the side opening of the space to take out the filter towards the trunk . Can anyone figure out how to remove the filter for replacement ? There is a plastic tab on the short end of the filter housing can be pull down and give some room for the filter to slide from left to right but other objects are on its way for clear removal.

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Remove the screws of the support, and the support himself (located in front of the filter and under the foam flap), lift with your left hand the trim with the antenna combination a little upwards, pull out and slide the filter element in the direction of the battery to get out of the room, take care not to ruin the GPS and phone wiring's and connectors. Replace the filter element in reverse order.

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"The screws of the support" are you talking about the 4 x T-30 bolts secured the frame of the antenna in front of the cabin filter. I tried to loosen it but it were so tight and I am not sure those screws can be loosen. Please confirm and thanks in response.

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RFM, Thanks,

I used a std grip plier on to the handle of my small grip T30 driver and able to loose those screws. Sometimes, I am so scared to use excessive torque unless I am sure about the procedures. I am small frame and only weight 135, I can not exert normal torque from my hand as most of you guys in this forum.

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