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Old 04-08-2010, 01:13 PM   #1
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Replace air filter on 2004 38PDQ Safari Cheetah

Any information on changing air filter on 38PDQ Safari Cheetah would be helpfull. Manual showes how to remove it from housing but does not give information on how to get to it. Thanks
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At Quartzsite this past January, Happycars changed ten of them at our campsite. His fastest time was 44 sec. A straight forward install, spin off and spin on with a little oil on the seal. I just described the Air system filer, is that the one your thinking about?
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My 2005 has a rod holding the door closed. On the last rear door on the drivers side, lean down and look up from the bottom at the edge of the door, you undo a screw and the rod releases allowing you to open the door.

You can figure it out from there, it's self explanatory.
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