Fig. 202 Air Filter and located near the parts: 1 - the upper part of the air filter; 2 - a vacuum hose; 3 - O-shaped sealing ring; 4 - air flow sensor; 5 - Plug-in connector for the air flow sensor, black; 6 - a hose of the intake air; 7 - plug connector, black color; 8 - heating element crankcase ventilation system; 9 - connecting hose; 10 - valve crankcase ventilation system; 11 - a ventilation hose; 12 - clamp (13); 13 - solenoid valve cleaning system by means of activated carbon; 14 - a ventilation hose; 15 - plug connector, green for (13); 16 - Rubber coupling; 17 - the filter element; 18 - the lower part of the air filter; 19 - air intake hose
Replace the filter element 17 (see. Fig. 202),
the air filter is recommended every 60 000 km. However, if the vehicle is touring the dusty and muddy roads, the filter must be replaced earlier. In addition, you should periodically remove the air filter and blown with compressed air to remove large dirt.
Removing the air filter in the following order:
- Remove the cover above the right headlight;
- Open the clips of the air filter;
- Disconnect the duct;
- Remove the upper part of the air filter housing;
- Remove the filter element;
- Clean the dirt air filter housing with a cloth.