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Replacing Engine Air Filter in 2004 Endeavor

I am trying to replace the air filter on my mother in laws 2004 Mitsubishi Endeavor AWD Limited. It has a V-6. When you "unclip" the air filter housing, you cannot "easily" separate and remove the "foam OEM" filter. Is there a "trick" or do you have to remove more "stuff" in order to separate and replace the filter?

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  • dlturneyaz May 21, 2009

    If I understand you correctly, the "air cleaner" compartment housing, after unclipping, does NOT seperate into two separated halves. I don't see any "hinge" or clips on the bottom. Sorry, I just want to be sure so I don't break the housing removing the filter. Thank you for your comments.

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No it's just is hard to pull out; be sure you place the new filter in with the arrows facing the engine intake this assures that you did not put it in upsidedown

Posted on May 21, 2009

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