Question about 1997 Plymouth Voyager
That is just an intake housing, you can not open it, it is a sealed unit, you need to take that unit off with the intake and out take hoses that are connected to it then when you have it removed from the vehicle look down and to the right of where this was and you will see a black plasic verticle box with two spring clips the air filter is in there.
Posted on Jun 13, 2010
The air filter box is actually below the box with the screws.You will need to loosen the hose clamp that runs from that box to the air filter box.Should be a standard screw driver for that clamp and you may also have to remove the clamp that runs to the throttle body.this should aloow you to get to the air filter box which should have two metal clasps holding it shut. After releasing the clasps slide the cover towards the firewall and there is the air filter.reverse the process to reassemble.
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Posted on Jan 02, 2017
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