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Old 07-25-2008, 06:37 PM   #1
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Replacing stock air filter

Planning to replace the air filter on my Taco with a K&N drop in air filter.

Are there any guides on the internet on accessing the air filter compartment on a 05+ Tacomas?
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Old 07-25-2008, 06:40 PM   #2
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http://www.tacomaworld.com/forum/per...r-removal.html

there are guides in here for removing the secondary filter...which u should do as well to get more airflow, but it tells u how u access the primary air filter
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Planning to replace the air filter on my Taco with a K&N drop in air filter.

Are there any guides on the internet on accessing the air filter compartment on a 05+ Tacomas?
Here's a picture of the air filter setup with the replacement AFE oil free version I used laying on top. The white filter still in the housing before the intake of the throttle body is the secondary held in place with 6 plastic welded heat rivets. A small wood chisel and light taps with a hammer will pop off these rivets quickly. The K&N or AFE will go back in just like the OEM with the thicker part of the filter towards the intake tube from the fender area.
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Why a K&N? Why not an oil-free AFE Pro Dry? Easier to clean, no cleaning kit to buy, no risk of fouling the MAF sensor by over oiling!
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