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Crossfire Engine Cover Removal


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#1 Joemrx

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Posted December 23, 2005 at 09:05 am

I recently bought a 2004 Crossfire. I went to check the air filters etc and found them under the engine cover but couldn't easily/readily figure out how the cover comes off. It looks like its snapped in or something. I couldn't find any scews etc. Can anybody help out there. I don't want to start prying and break something!
Thanks for any help!

#2 t2erns

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Posted December 23, 2005 at 08:14 pm

from fsm:
The air cleaner is held in place by two rubber grommets and two spring clips.

1. Remove the air inlet tubes
2. Lift the air cleaner housing from the rear first, then from the front and remove it

#3 Joemrx

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Posted December 24, 2005 at 02:46 pm

Thanks! Once you know the trick it was easy. The clips and rubber grommets are hard to see, especially when one of the back ones was bent over and not really attached. Appreciate your help.
Happy Holidays
Joe

#4 al sullivan

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Posted December 25, 2005 at 04:49 pm

yeah and i like the way you can open the hood to 90 degrees!!

CHEERS.

Sully


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