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Re: Changing the air filter on my scion xA
If all you see are the two clips holding it... the rubber from the air filter in it may have bonded abit to the housing. grasp and edge of it and lift..... it will become apparent to you if there is anything else holding it.
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The oil filter is right next to the oil pan, towards the front bumper.
Use a 14mm wrench to remove the oil drain bolt.
It takes 3.8L of oil.
It's not too difficult. Just get a pan, a filter-wrench (it looks like a hoop with a handle), a funnel, a new filter, and oil. Try not to make too much of a mess.
Turn the Sonata off to eliminate the risk of engine backfires while changing the air filter. Leave the car off until the filter has been replaced or there is risk of injury.
Lift the hood of the Sonata. Locate the air filter housing unit on the passenger side of the car, in the front corner. Look for a black, plastic cylinder that has an accordion-type hose attached to it that leads to the engine.
Remove the air intake hose and air duct from the housing unit. Disconnect the connector for the air-flow sensor from the filter cover. Unclip the clip on the filter cover. Lift the cover off the housing unit.
Take out the old filter from the housing unit. Remove any remaining debris out of the air filter unit. Wipe the inner and outer surfaces of the housing unit with a damp cloth.
Place the new air filter in the housing unit. Use a K&N air filter, part number 33-2346.
Replace the cover on the housing unit and clip it in place. Reattach the air-flow sensor. Put the air intake hose and air duct back in place on the housing unit.
It sounds like there is an internal leak or the fluid level is low. The fluid should be flushed every 20k miles. I would have the trani inspected. The dealer can tell you if it will be cheap or not to fix. Go ahead and find out. Don't wait it may make matters worse.
Your intake air temperature sensor is part of the MAF (mass airflow
sensor) and located right off the air filter housing in the large tube
going to the throttle body.Its held on with 2 screws and has a 5 wire
electrical plug going to it.
When you open up the glove box squeeze both sides to take out the glove box, then there should be a whiteish casing with Toyota on it pull it out at both ends then replace filter do reverse intructions to put it back
Your intake air temperature sensor is part of the MAF (mass airflow sensor) and located right off the air filter housing in the large tube going to the throttle body.Its held on with 2 screws and has a 5 wire electrical plug going to it.
The Air Filter on your SCION Xa .
Is located at Engine compartment DRIVER side. Near the battery
If you follow the Big rubber hose comin from the intake goin to a Black box.
The black BOX. The Plastic Black BOX Has a few metal Clips. to Open.
Inside is the Air Filter...