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58 Replacing Crankcase Inlet Air Filters




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This article is from the Chrysler-Plymouth-Dodge FAQ, by Dr. David Zatz with numerous contributions by others.

58 Replacing Crankcase Inlet Air Filters

If you remove the air cleaner and look at it from the front, the
breather (crankcase filter) will be in the "box" at the lower right
side. To get at it, you remove the 8 or so machine screws and the
bottom of this "box" will fall off. The filter is held in place by a
crudely placed screen. Lee makes a replacement filter (about
$2). In my Le Baron, I ended up replacing all the screws with
self-tapping sheet metal screws since the factory had almost every one
overtightened. Bohdan Bodnar

David Zatz works at http://www.toolpack.com/

 

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