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Removing The Air Filter On A Stelvio/Giulia 2.0 (280hp)

This 'How To' is based on the Stelvio. Air filter 50534420

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Undo the x4 screw bolts to the air filter housing.

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Wind off the jubilee clip.

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On the underside of the connector to the air flow meter is a small RED tab that you need to slide outwards to the front of the car.

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Squeeze the sides of the plug and disconnect.

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Pull the intake hose apart from the housing and lift the lid.

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You can now remove the air filter.

Related Links: Removing a spark plug | Oil & filter change

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