Air filter replacement- 944 s 3litre model k reg 1992
I am trying to do this now but I am uncertain how to do it. I have serviced everything else? Do you know what type of diff oil this takes as I want to replace this? What about power steering oil as well as a matter of iterest ? cheers stephen
Re: air filter replacement- 944 s 3litre model k reg 1992
If this is like my 89 944S2, the air filter is located under the sheetmetal between the two headlights! The mechanic told me to raise the headlights and use a very LONG phillips head screwdriver to get to the screws to temporarily remove the sheetmetal and get to the filter. (You could verify this by talking to a body shop that has worked on the front end of an S2, or perhaps find an online schematic of the car). Good luck with it--I hope this helps.
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On petrol engines, the presence of black smoke from exhaust indicates that the air / fuel is not correct. If we check and find the spark plugs on them a layer of black smoke, so no air is uncertain.
The fix is very simple: replace the filter element from the air filter, clean or replace the spark plugs and, if necessary, adjust the air intake flap from. Black smoke usually disappears after the first fixes (replacing the air filter and clean or replace the spark plugs can be done even by the driver.
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Try changing the MAF. Mass air flow sensor on your air intake . I would suggest an auto wrecker, in case that isn't the problem, but that is exactly how they behave. I would imagine you have already changed the fuel filter?
The air cleaner is a paper element contained in a housing located in the engine compartment. The air filter element should be serviced according to the Maintenance Intervals Chart at the end of this Section.
NOTE: Check the air filter element more often if the vehicle is operated under severe dusty conditions and replace, as necessary
--- Look for plastic parts that lead to the top middle of the engine. If you disassemble these parts, the filter is likely to be there.
depends on the mechanic,weither they are fleet fitters or dealer ,the dealers will change everything regardless because of the profit on the parts .A fleet fitter will only change whats necessary because if he changes everything then the boss will soon sack him for wasting the firms money.
Sounds Like You May Have A Leaking Head gasket Try Some Fix A Gasket Solution From Your Local Auto Part Store. Also Pick Up Some Fuel Additive For Cleaning Your Injectors You'll See A Total Difference. And You Said Fault Lights Are Flashing Or Arent? In The Case That They Are Try What I Suggested Then Reset The Dash Lights By Unhooking The Battery For A Minute Then Plugging It Back In.