Its pretty easy to clean. Just make sure you clean the sensors and not just the red temperature sensor.Well I only ask because I want to clean the maf tomorrow and I've never seen secondary filtration on a car before. And I'd search tech, but its hard to do on my phone and I'm still getting to know The site
The hell if I know, I was simply relaying info from TN.comI realize that it is a second filtration, but how does more filtration (and in turn reduced air flow to the engine) reduce emissions? I am failing to see how this accomplishes that.
I can't remember if the MAF is between the two, or after the second, but i would guess it is after the second. The ECU will adjust itself for the amount of air flowing through so how will it "alter the emission controls"?The second filter is for the fuel recovery system and is not generally recommended to be removed as it may alter the emission controls.
No, it does not apply. The 2010s have a completely different intake setup. Just one filter on the new design.does this also apply to the 2010-11 model?
Can someone post a pic of the mentioned secondary filter?