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Morning Folks,

I am in the process of changing the light bulbs on my 2013 Dodge Grand Caravan 3.6L and in order to do so, I must remove the air cleaner housing.

When I look at the air cleaner housing I can see a black stud (does not appear to be a bolt because it has no surfaces to put a wrench on), but nothing else that holds the air filter housing in place.

Can anyone tell me how to remove the air cleaner housing on this 3.6L engine?

Thanks In Advance!

Poor Paul

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If it is like most other vehicles, it is secured by plastic pegs in rubber grommets. Loosen any hose clamps and give an upwards tug to the assembly. It should release from the grommets.
The same for the top plastic engine cover, if equipped.
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