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I4 air/filter box disassembly for detailing by PerKr
Started on: 07-25-2013 10:32 AM
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Last post by: PerKr on 07-25-2013 10:32 AM
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My engine bay is looking sorry so I figured I'd take some time to deal with it. basically just cleaning it but also putting some fresh paint on the filter box/snoot. The cover was easy enough and looked a lot better painted a matte black as opposed to the black/rust finish it had. But how far do I need to disassemble the rest of the filter box/snoot and how is it done? There's the small funny-looking thing sitting next to the filter with two vacuum lines, one going to the throttle body and the other going to the other lump which is connected to a spring-loaded lid near the end of the snoot, I think the end result would be much prettier if I didn't cover those in paint.
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