Can anyone offer some hints?
I struggle each time I need to replace the air filter. Opening the
cannister and removing the intake doesn't come close to allowing
removal or replacement of the filter. I must be missing a major
item. I even have the expensive service manuals. But unlike other
Helm manuals that I had, this one is useless for general on the car
replacements. Anyone offer suggestions other than "pay to have it
I noticed that on some GM cars of similar year models, although I have not
this exact car.
They could have been made easier to change, but such was not the mindset of
I remove the ductwork as much as possible and then open the filter holder
able to get the old filter out and the new one in. I havent done it it a
while, so cant
give you any better details.
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