How do I change the air filter on a 2002 Camry 4cl?

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Old 02 Jan 2005, 07:33 am   #1 (permalink)
Bruce K.
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Default How do I change the air filter on a 2002 Camry 4cl?

It looks more involved than chaging the one on my '91 Camry.

Thanks for your help.

Bruce
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Old 10 Jan 2005, 10:42 pm   #2 (permalink)
naandy2002
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Default Re: How do I change the air filter on a 2002 Camry 4cl?

cnt remember if its 10 mm bolts or the clips but it shouldnt take you 5
minutes tops to change just open the airbox and replace it its simple


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Old 11 Jan 2005, 11:20 am   #3 (permalink)
timbirr@mailcity.com
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Default Re: How do I change the air filter on a 2002 Camry 4cl?

Probably too late for you, but as the previous poster said, it look
worse thatn it is.

The oblong black plastic box off to the driver's side of the engine
compartment with the several bolts. As mentioned, they are 10 or 12mm,
I don't remember either, but it is basically off, out and back on
again.

I don't remember if this filter has to go in the box in a particular
way -- ie -- this side up or this side left or something. It might.
Seems to me it does....so just make sure you look at the old one and
new one and make sure you put the new one in the same way. Easy,
really.

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