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Old 11-06-2023, 09:30 PM
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Originally Posted by wpoll View Post
...There's a few videos around showing how the filter housing comes out - like the one below. In this video, they remove some items I don't think are required to be removed (I never have) - the washer tank and battery cable. In fact, the way they remove the battery cable is downright dangerous! You also don't need to completly remove the rubber seals - I just pull them up and push the to one side.

https://youtu.be/JGYcwZSPFXw?si=Zq2anddoseTyRZJa
I found another video https://youtu.be/Eq00ZAOwc88 that shows what I need, though not featuring a 3.0i. Looks like no parts are subject to stress or breakage, so I think I may be OK doing this. I hate accidental breakage, especially when parts are rare.
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