Anonim

When operating a vehicle in a dusty area, the mileage between element replacements should be halved. A deformed or damaged element must be replaced regardless of mileage.

Attention! A damaged or heavily soiled air filter element can cause severe wear and engine power.
We show the work on a car with a 2.0 engine, on a car with a 1.6 engine we replace the replaceable element in the same way.

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Image Disconnect the rubber clamp securing the air cavity resonator.

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Image Disconnect the resonator pipe from the pipe cover of the air filter housing.

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Image Having squeezed two clamps of a tip of a tube, we disconnect a tube of the vacuum amplifier from the receiver union.

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Image Using a Torx T-25 wrench, unscrew the two screws securing the cover to the air filter housing.

We set aside the air cavity resonator.

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Image Remove the cover of the air filter housing with a replaceable element.

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Image We take out a replaceable element from a cover.