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How do you change the air filter on 2001 Sebring LXI?

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2006-12-29 05:02:06
2006-12-29 05:02:06

Sorry if I don't have all the proper names for the parts but I just did this yesterday. Locate the air box and find the locking tabs on the side near the fire wall. If you follow the tube from the air box back to the intake you'll see a clamp, remove this clamp and that end of the tube from the intake. You should now be able to twist and back out the tube and remove the filter. Note: I put the filter into the air box first then reinstalled the tube and then reconnected everything. Not a great design.

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