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I just replaced the engine air filter in a 2007 Toyota Corolla but I don't know how to reattach the clips on the cover. I have tried from the front side and from the back side. What is the trick to getting them reattached to the cover. Are there any pictures for illustration

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    Dan Aug 05, 2010

    You may have put filter in upside down, try turning it over and see if that works. Let me know if that works.

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Don't think there is another clip, I think it slips into a slot on the right. It should pop off.

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