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2008 GMC Canyon engine air filter replacement

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MAY BE A VACUME LINE IS NOT HOOKED UP RIGHT

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The engine air filter is located in the box behind the battery. This box should have 4 metal clips that pop off and you and pick up the top of the box and underneath is the filter.

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Open the door. Look for a cheap piece of plastic near where the mirror is located. Carefully pry the plastic off. There are 3 bolts. There is a wire harness connector. Unbolt the mirror and unclip the harness. Installation is reverse of removal. Easy job.

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yes, the filter is on the frame rail on the left side (driver side)at about the back of the drivers seat

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Looking under the hood, there is a black box on the right with 6 or 8 torx head screws. You will need (I think)T-25 Torx bit and atleast a 6" extension. It still needs to be finnagled out after being unscrewed. It's not too difficult of a task, but may take 20mins or so if you've never done it before.

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