Air Filter Service
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What you will need:
To clean your filter you will need to remove the air filter cover by loosening a wing nut or opening a couple latches.
You will then need to remove the filter by loosening the nut that holds the filter in. Make sure to wipe (not blow) out all o the dirt in the bottom of the air filter housing. Check the inside of your filter for any signs of dirt. A dirty spot on the inside of the filter usually means that the filter is leaking and needs to be replaced.
Using compressed air at about 35-50 psi; blow from the inside out. You may need to tap the filter on the ground a few times to loosen up the dirt in the filter before it will blow out easily. Using compressed air at a higher psi may damage the filter paper and allow dirt to get into your engine!
Most filter lids will have a two piece cap that is designed to trap dirt. You will need to either separate this cap and clean it or just be sure that you have gotten all of the dirt our of it.
Replace filter in reverse order.