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Panamera air filter replacement


Description

Very useful for replacing air filter on car

This tutorial shows steps for replacing air filter on Panamera.

Does not look hard, but to get full instructions/steps, please watch other turorials in the following order:

1.  Panamera headlight removal

2.  Panamera front bumper removal

3.  This tutorial - Panamera air filter replacement

Hope it helps out.  DIY you get to make sure things are right every time.

 

 



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    • By ciaka
      This is a must see for those who want to replace their own air filter on Panamera.
      Does not look hard at all, just takes some time.
      Also very useful if bumper removal needed for other reasons.  Hope this helps out.
       
       
    • By clarksongli
      So i've been ordering my filters through suncoast porsche for a long time now, but i figured i would take a chance on one of my amazon orders. Here are some comparison shots:



      The short of it....looks like Mahle is one of the OEM suppliers of this filter. In case anyone was looking to save a few bucks. I change mine every 5-10k so i buy several a year. for 13 bucks and change.
      http://www.amazon.com/MAHLE-Original-OX-128-1D/dp/B004JBQ3T8/ref=au_as_r?ie=UTF8&Make=Porsche%7C2&Model=Cayenne%7C19&Year=2004%7C2004&carId=001&n=15684181&newCar=1&s=automotive&vehicleType=automotive
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