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Old 10-08-2013, 07:02 AM   #1
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Air filter fix

I just bought a 2002 Winnebago adventurer and have read about the air filter TSB . The 2 parts are no longer available through Ford parts or any obsolete parts sources. Anybody have a pic or ideas where I can find info on how to fix this problem? Thanks
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Old 10-08-2013, 11:16 AM   #2
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Your Ford dealer should have info on where you can get replacements. Did the TSB, [tech service bulletin] come from Ford, or Winnebago
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If you can find no source of parts, it doesn't look too complicated that it couldn't be made out of PVC pipe from Home Depot or the lot. Use the short straight original and add a couple of 90 elbows or a large 'P' trap and a short piece of straight pipe.
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You can take a section of sewer drain hose, clamp it onto the bottom of the filter housing & then route the hose up & around high up under the hood away from the rain. Next, fab up some screen wire into a cone shape & then place it over the end of that hose to keep anything from going into the hose.

That hose would look mighty comfee to a bug or rat, so need something to protect at the end of that hose.
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