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Old 01-09-2006, 11:05 AM
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Microfilter Replacement DIY

Contributed by: IFlyX5

Microfilter Replacement DIY

HOW TO CHANGE THE MICROFILTER



1. Unlock and open hood

2. Look for a black, rectangular-shaped plastic cover that sits directly behind the engine cover (Figure 1). You will see two (2) spring-loaded round screws on both sides of the cover and one (1) rectangular latch in the middle.




Figure 1: Locate the spring-loaded round screws and middle latch




3. To remove the cover, turn both round screws counter-clockwise 90 degrees (Figure 2). Then turn the middle latch counter-clockwise 90 degrees (Figure 3.)



Figure 2: Turn both round screws counter-clockwise 90 degrees to unlock


Figure 3: Turn middle latch counter-clockwise to unlatch




4. Lift up the cover to expose the microfilter (Figure 4.) Remove and discard the microfilter and replace with a new one. The part number for the microfilter is 64-31-8-409-043 and costs round USD $27.




Figure 4: Microfilter



5. Reverse the procedure to re-install the microfilter.

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