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How do you change the air filter for a 1996 to 2000 Dodge Caravan Plymouth Voyager or Chrysler Town and Country?

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2008-08-07 01:43:06

First, remove the hose and box that bolt from the throttle body to the area near the radiator cap. Second remove the box below that you can now see, Third open air filter box and change filter.

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