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Can i change my chevrolet optra's stock air filter to a customize direct air filter?

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Yes you can. Ask at an auto parts store and they should be able to show you which aftermarket air intake system you can use, but generally you just remove the old intake system and put the new one in the same place and it shouldn't be difficult to assemble at all.

Posted on Jul 21, 2009

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    DO NOT PUT A COLD AIR INTAKE ON!!! I did and I increased the pressure in my engine and without a compensating PCV (Positive Crackcase Ventilation) valve you will blow your head gasket. I did and had to replace the engine.

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2. Loosen the clamp that is holding the air filter housing to the air hose. Remove the hose.
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9. Put the new belt on, starting at the lower pulleys, then move your way towards the upper pulleys. Leave the top left pulley for last. After the belt is on all the other pulleys, place your 15mm wrench back on the tensioner and release the tension by pulling it clockwise. Place the last part of the belt on the upper left pulley. Release the tensioner slowly.
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12. Fire up your Optra and listen to it purr. If everything is ok, you did a good job!

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