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How to replace Air Filter and Serpentine Belt in less than one hour

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How to replace Air Filter and Serpentine Belt in less than one hour

Folks, there are probably a lot of places describing how to change the air filter and the serpentine belt on this and various forums. But when you search for it, nothing comes really easy. So, underneath, I have written an easy step by step guide that will allow you to change your air filter and serpentine belt in less than one hour (it took me 30 minutes and I was doing it for the first time). To be successful, you will need the following tools and parts: - Air filter element (Pelican $21


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Is it necessary on a 997 to remove the snorkel from the airbox?

On a 996, you can just loosen the snorkel from the T/B, and the entire airbox comes right out. When replacing the filter in the box, the snorkel stays on as well.

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