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Old 04-27-2010, 05:56 PM   #1
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Air filter removal

I have 2007 allegro open road FRED. I don't now how to remove the air filter for replacement . Could someone walk me through the procedure how to get the cartage out. thanks
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I have 2007 allegro open road FRED. I don't now how to remove the air filter for replacement . Could someone walk me through the procedure how to get the cartage out. thanks
Here is the procedure and it works. On the side of the air cleaner the is a 6" hose connected on the side of the air cleaner loosen hose clamp. With a screw driver loosen rubber hose from filter being careful not to puncher or tare hose do not remove hose yet just loosen. There are to clamps holding filter in position remove clamps and rotate filter ccw assisting hose removal when free of hose pull down should come out now.
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