Created: April 6, 2020
[0:00] Hey guys. Is it time to change your air filter on your Turbo S? Today I’m going to show you how to do that. My name is Kristen and this is Maintenance Matters.
We’re gonna start by removing the lid to our access panel. Next, loosen the clips on your air box lid. Pull your air box lid off to the side. Remove your air filter.
When inspecting your air filter, look for any kind of damaged or wet fins and excess dirt and dust. As you can see, this one has dust falling out of it, so let’s get a new one. Here we’ve got our new filter.
[1:05] If you are reusing yours, if it’s in good enough shape, you can clean it. Just take an air hose and pull it from the inside out.
Before reinstalling your new air filter, you want to clean out your air box lid and air box. Inspect the seal around the air box lid. Make sure it’s intact and in good shape. If it’s damaged or missing, contact your dealership and get a new one.
Wipe down the inside of your air box. Now that everything’s cleaned out, you can reinstall your air filter to put your new one in. Slide it over the air tube and press it into place.
[2:03] Once that’s secure, you can reinstall your air filter. To put your new one in, slide it over the air tube and press it into place.
One that’s secure, you can reinstall your air box lid. Pop your access panel back into place and you’re good to go.
That’s how easy it is to change your air filter on the Turbo S. Thanks for watching and happy riding!
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