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erey

Air filter replcement

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I will like to thank everyone in this forum for all the DYI and other topics, it is a world of information that can help anyboby feel confident on owning and maintaning these wonderfull cars.

i have a question regarding the air box removal to gain access to the filter, i follow instructions on disconnecting the mass air flow connector and the other sensor adjuacent to it (no problems) however there is another sensor in the bottom of the air box with a thin cable that attaches to a two way connetor via a plastic connector to the box from this point the thin cable continues to and thru the top of the engine (passager side) this connector has anothe connector that can be disconnected by pulling a metal keeper. how can you disconnect the bottom sensor to be able to take the entire air box out.

Thanks in advance

car is a 2007 911S 2 wd

ER

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That might not be a cable. It might be a air hose I think.

Try pulling it out of the air box with not much effort.

Paul

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there is a utube video on that maintenance item I think it is a vacuum line and just pulls off...carefully

 

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