Air cleaner - removal and refitting

Removal
1 On CVH models, disconnect the battery negative lead.

2 Remove the screws from the top of the air cleaner cover (see illustration).

3.2 Air cleaner securing screws (arrowed)
3.2 Air cleaner securing screws (arrowed)

3 Disconnect the cold air inlet hose from the air cleaner spout or the inlet on the front body panel. The hose is secured by toggle clips (see illustration).

3.3 Disconnecting the cold air intake hose from the air cleaner spout
3.3 Disconnecting the cold air intake hose from the air cleaner spout

4 Disconnect the hot air inlet hose from the air cleaner spout or the hot air shroud on the exhaust manifold (see illustration).

3.4 Hot air intake hose on hot air shroud
3.4 Hot air intake hose on hot air shroud

5 Disconnect the vacuum hose from the inlet manifold (see illustration).

3.5 Disconnecting the air cleaner vacuum hose from the inlet manifold
3.5 Disconnecting the air cleaner vacuum hose from the inlet manifold

6 On DOHC models, disconnect the camshaft cover breather hose 7 Where applicable, on OHC models remove the screw securing the air cleaner body to the camshaft cover.

8 Withdraw the air cleaner, and on CVH models, disconnect the wiring plug from the air charge temperature sensor mounted in the base of the air cleaner body, and disconnect the breather hose from the camshaft cover.

Refitting
9 Refitting is a reversal of removal, ensuring that the disturbed hoses are securely connected.

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