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Panamera air filter replacement


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Panamera air filter replacement


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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  • 3 years later...

Yep....the tutorials are great.....PO did not unhook the right headlight washer T and it was broken when I got in there to change my filter.   I "Shoe Goo" it back together and clamped it and it was very strong, put it in and works fine....I think the part was $35.    also what I did was hook a small rope to the left side bumper strung overhead off a rafter and let it swing out and not drop but easily was out of the way to do the work.  Not a hard job.....

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