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Old 10-05-2009, 06:39 PM   #1
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Default Mk6 Fiesta air filter replacement - am I being a retard?

Hi all

Tried replacing the air filter on my girlfriend's mk6 fiesta 1.4, it sits in a plastic box on top of the engine.

I've undone the 2 10mm bolts that are on top of the box, and there is 3 what feels like 8mm bolts underneath the box at the back. Do I have to undo these as well to be able to open the box? I cant even get my hand down there behind the box, let alone get a socket/spanner on these bolts....

Am I doing it right, or am I being a retard?

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Na look at the back of the box mate, and there is 3 of these ball things that sit tight in rubber gromets. Just spray some wd40 on them and it will come out easy, with out breaking anythink.
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Ok cheers mate, so it just lifts straight up? I did try pulling it a bit but it didn't want to budge, thought I was gonna break something!!
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I've no Idea, but I thought I'd let you know, either way, you are still a 'tard.

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I've no Idea, but I thought I'd let you know, either way, you are still a 'tard.

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