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How to change an air filter in 99 Intrigue 3.8

What has to be undone to get to the air filter to change it out in 1999 Intrigue 3.8 engine

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  • dlhans100 Nov 27, 2008

    We are going in the right direction. The pictures won't come up with the solution and not sure how to get air inlet hose off the rear of the throttle body? Still need some help and thanks for getting me this far.

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  1. Disconnect the IAT sensor electrical connector.
  2. Loosen the air inlet hose clamp.
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  3. Carefully remove the air inlet hose from the throttle body and air cleaner cover (5).
  4. Remove the 2 housing cover retaining Screws .
  5. Remove the air cleaner cover and carefully remove the air filter element.
  6. Inspect the housing cover (4), seal assembly, and air ducting (2) for damage. If a problem is found, replace as necessary.

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