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Hello,

I would like to buy a cabin air filter for my 2006 Daihatsu Sirion because it did not come with one when I bought it used.
Doing some research I found out that my car is the same with Toyota Passo and Subaru Justy and I have indeed bought Toyota parts and they are 100% compatible.

All the local shops tell me that the Daihatsu Sirion does not have a cabin filter but I have taken apart the glove compartment and there is indeed a place to install one
Same as here :

 

The part number is 17801-87333 or 88568-B1010 but I was not able to locate a seller in Europe. Do you guys know an online shop to find such a cabin filter 

https://jp-carparts.com/toyota/partlist.php?maker=toyota&type=113120&cartype=2&fig=8714

Thank you

Chris

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The Perodua Myvi was a Malaysian built version of the Daihatsu Boon (Sirion in Europe; rebadged as the Subaru Justy and Toyota Passo) and was exported to the UK til 2013. So you could also have a look for this model when sourcing a cabin air filter.

E-mail: perodua@peroduauk.com

I've done a search on the mann filters online catalogue, and the cabin air filter for the Sirion/Myvi 1.0 and 1.3 has a part number CUK1611.

https://catalog.mann-filter.com/EU/eng/vehicle/MANN-FILTER Katalog Europa/Vehicles/CARS %2B TRANSPORTERS/PERODUA/Myvi/1.3 K3-VE (T00000003406711)

Also see: https://www.eurocarparts.com/p/mann-filter-cabin-filter-507800109

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23 minutes ago, FROSTYBALLS said:

The Perodua Myvi was a licence Malaysian built version of the Daihatsu Boon (Sirion in Europe; rebadged as the Subaru Justy and Toyota Passo) and was exported to the UK til 2013. So you could also have a look for this model when sourcing a cabin air filter.

E-mail: perodua@peroduauk.com

I've done a search on the Mann filters online catalogue, and the cabin air filter for the Sirion/Myvii 1.0 and 1.3 has a part number CUK1611.

https://catalog.mann-filter.com/EU/eng/vehicle/MANN-FILTER Katalog Europa/Vehicles/CARS %2B TRANSPORTERS/PERODUA/Myvi/1.3 K3-VE (T00000003406711)

Thank you I found this:

https://www.ebay.com/itm/Interior-Air-Filter-FEBI-For-DAIHATSU-SUBARU-Sirion-Justy-IV-99906350M2038/173756681778?epid=21028378805&hash=item2874b48e32:g:ZlcAAOSwWnBgA6DM

and in the description the seller provides the codes for all manufacturers:

 

Manufacturer
Part number
ALCO FILTER MS-6378
AMC Filter DC-7001
ASHIKA 21-SB-SB6
DAIHATSU 99906350M2038
DAIHATSU 99906-850M2-038
FEBI BILSTEIN 30782
HERTH+BUSS JAKOPARTS J1346004
JAPANPARTS FAA-SB6
KAVO PARTS DC-7001
MANN-FILTER CUK 1611
MECAFILTER EKR7314
SUBARU 99906850M2038
SWAG 88 93 0782
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Update:

 

I can't seem to be able to open the compartment to insert the cabin filter inside. It seems a bit different from what I have seen on YouTube like its not meant to open. I have not done it before on this car so I can be mistaken.

Could it be that my car does not have a cabin filter ?

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I took some photos of what is behind the glove compartment. The box that is supposed to accept the filter is different from what I have seen on YouTube.
On YT the door of the enclosure is black and seem to open from the right while mine is white does not seem to open.

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There is a video here that suggests I cut a hole into the white compartment and then install a black door that I don't have, does this seem logical ?

 

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Thank you, do you think it makes sense to CUT the plastic, is think standard practice ? Do you have to cut away plastic on other cars as well ?

 

 

 

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