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Internal Air Filter

I cannot find any information anywhere about how to change the Internal Air Filtration air filter in my 2005 Subaru Outback wagon. Is there some reason this is such a state secret?

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Remove the air intake tubes on the left and right sides. Pull the complete air filter housing up off the rubber mounts. Turn the air filter house upside down and there will be 4 T20 torx head screws on both sides. Unscrew them and remove. Install new air filters and put housing back on in reverse order.

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