Filed Under (Ford) by admin on 27-09-2012
Download removing the Stock Intake In these steps you will remove the stock intake system. 1. Locate the stock air intake inside the engine bay on the driver side of the vehicle towards the front of the engine bay. 2. Remove the intake hose from the stock intake using a flat head screw driver to loosen the clamp. 3. Remove the Stock Air Intake lid by unsnapping the two clamps on the side. 4. Remove Stock Air Filter. In these steps you will install the Rapid Flow Induction System. 1. This is a very easy install. Slide the new Rapid Flow Induction System into place. It will snap onto the base of the stock air box. 2.Connect the Air Hose into the RFI system- and secure the clamp by tightening it with a flat head screw driver. FIlter maIntenance: The intake system should be cleaned at least every three months; in dusty climates the filter should be cleaned more often.… Read More
Filed Under (Other Manuals) by admin on 09-12-2013
Introduction If there is an absence of a specific researched detail instruction for your model of car then this guide should help you to find and change the cabin air filter in your car. If even with this guideline you encounter difficulty, you could try referring to a maintenance manual for the model of car or looking on the Internet for owners clubs and chat rooms etc., which can often provide help. In the vast majority of cases the filter is easy to fit and will often take no more than 10-15 minutes. Some can be done in a matter of seconds and don’t even need any tools. Tools With the following tools you should have no problem upgrading your filter to a Puravent filter. • Screwdriver with a set of interchangeable screwbits, including flat, pozidrive and torx bits. • Pointed nose pliers • Adjustable spanner (or small socket set is even better) Find the old filter In most cases, particularly on older European cars, the filter will be located in the area at the top of the bulkhead that separates the engine bay from the passenger compartment.… Read More
Filed Under (Acura) by admin on 03-09-2012
Parts List: 1- Icebox lid w/ screws 1- Icebox Bottom 1- Lower Air Horn 1- Filter Elbow 1- 6 mm x 35 mm screw 1- 6 mm nut 1- Plastic pin 1- High Flow Filter Element 1- Filter Oil 1—CARB EO# Decal (RSX).
Step #1 Remove Stock Airbox • Before disconnecting battery locate radio code to reactivate radio after installation. (write down preset channels for later use) •Disconnect Negative battery terminal. •Remove battery positive terminal, tie down clamp, battery and plastic tray. •Remove engine cover around throttle body on intake manifold (A). •Remove stock air box lid and filter. •Disconnect Intake Air Temperature (IAT) sensor, remove upper intake hose and clamps (B). •Remove air box mounting bolts and nut. Rotate air box forward and out. Remove rubber grommets and stepped bushings from stock air box*. •Remove Lower Air inlet hose by removing mounting bolt from radiator cross support above cooling fan.… Read More