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Old 14-09-2007, 13:43   #1
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Question help how do i change my air filter

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just doing some jobs on my tf today with a mate changed the back pads
oil etc but when we came to the air filter it look like a job and half so what the best way to change thanks
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Old 14-09-2007, 13:47   #2
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remove the engine inspection panel
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Old 14-09-2007, 13:49   #3
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just doing some jobs on my tf today with a mate changed the back pads
oil etc but when we came to the air filter it look like a job and half so what the best way to change thanks
Hi,

Have a look on HOW TO cjj explanes it very well, its under 30K service.
but it is a simple job, take your engine cover off for easy acces, and just open 3 clips to get to it. simple!!!

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I watched Lates do mine and it is possible to change it with just the boot open, but a very very tight squeeze. First he got his arm stuck and when he did manage to get out he had a big scratch on his arm. Removing the engine inspection panel sounds much better to me
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yes i did that the first time 2...never more i scratch my arm 2
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I find it just as easy to undo the hose from the air box to give you a bit more wriggle room if that doesn't sound to rude
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I watched Lates do mine and it is possible to change it with just the boot open, but a very very tight squeeze. First he got his arm stuck and when he did manage to get out he had a big scratch on his arm. Removing the engine inspection panel sounds much better to me
Does Lates have 3ft arms and 5 elbows?

Here is my how to, if it helps. http://forums.mg-rover.org/showthrea...&highlight=30k
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thanks for that cjj the pics are a great help we have got a pc on the shopfloor at work so i can park the car right next to it log on to your pics and have a go at it
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thanks for that cjj the pics are a great help we have got a pc on the shopfloor at work so i can park the car right next to it log on to your pics and have a go at it
You don't work in PCWorld do you. They might get upset you taking your car in
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You don't work in PCWorld do you. They might get upset you taking your car in
no i work for the queen at certain times at night dont have much to do but mess with the car
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