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Posted on Jan 02, 2017
usually a pan under the trans. anywhere from 10 to 22 bolts. filter inside. some vehicles have an oil style filter on the externally, but i don't think that this is one.
Posted on Sep 24, 2008
SOURCE: air filter on chevy hhr
The air filter is in the large plastic cover that covers the engine.
1. Remove MAP sensor connector ( slightly hidden under the front center edge of the housing. Wiggle slightly and pull straight out).
2, Loosen (but don't remove) the large hose clamps on the passenger side and center of the housing, It's a tight fit for the hands on the passenger side and the head of the clamp is facing away from you. The front center hose is stiff, but pliable, so take your time.
3. The air filter housing was designed as a snap in with rubber grommets. A firm steady pull with the front passenger side will show you how much effort it will take to pull it free. Do each of the remaining two separately. The housing will be free to remove from the vehicle.
4. On a clear area, turn the housing over and loosen the seven torx type screws (they will not come completely off, so as not to lose them). Pull the cover off. Remove the old filter and replace with your new one. Align the cover and snug the screws back in.
5. Reassembly requires lining up those rubber grommets to the mounting studs.... take your time.... all that is needed is a firm downward push to seat them.
6. Reattach the large hose clamps and remember to plug in the MAP sensor (you'll get an "check engine" light if you forget.
Hope this helps.
Posted on Nov 22, 2008
Ok, Disconnect it from the Tranny First. This will make it easier to Fish Through. Connect the New Cable on the Tranny. Follow where the Old one Goes with the New one, Removing the Old one as you go. It will enter the Cab and work it's way up to the Sterring Column. You will Need to remove the Dash Panel to Access the Cable on the Shifter, It just Pulls Loose. You are at the Hardest Part of this at this Point. Let me know if you cannot access the Shifter From this Point. Please Rate My Response! Thanks!
Posted on Feb 07, 2009
never did it in a 2002 chvy first off...go to napa...or what ever your local part store is and buy a manual...easy repair...the manuel gives pictures...you replace one end from under the hood...the other you may have to get under the car...if your skinny no prob..if not ...get some jacks...book will explain all..easyl..repair...
Posted on Aug 24, 2009
get on youtube, and you will find the info that you need most of the time. you may need to remove the entire dash, to access this unit. so, be very sure what you are doing, before you tackle this job.
Posted on Nov 20, 2011
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