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In the older cars, before all the emission laws added so much electronic garb, black smoke meant a fuel problem and grey smoke indicated a problem with internal engine parts like piston rings. Hope this helps.
if you need to know how to replace it find the air cleaner box on the passenger side of the vehicle should have either philips head screws or torx bit screw about 4 of them in all take them loose and pull top up pull out old filter and replace it with new one.