Fig one remove the engine cover three bolts 8mm
Fig two once bolts out remove the engine cover and put in a safe place for re-fitting at end of the job
Fig Three & four remove the two screws holding the air intake pipe
Fig Five & six pull air intake pipe from the air filter cover this is easy as the concertina ridges will allow this
Fig seven/eight/nine/ten shows the allen bolts which secures the air filter cover which needs to be removed to change the maf and also the PCV filter there are five.
rear right corner looking at it from front of engine
rear left and back by the maf
three at the front of the cover
these bolts are catched so you can not lose them
Fig eleven remove oil filler cap
Fig twelve you can now remove the air filter cover and put it safe with the engine cover removed earlier.
Fig thirteen you now have access to the air filter PCV filter housing and the maf sensor, refit the oil filler cap to stop anything falling into the engine
Fig fourteen the maf sensor plug and casing
Fig fifteen/sixteen unplug the maf sensor wire press in both sides and pull up.
Fig seventeen/eighteen release the two retaining clips and disconnect from the turbocharger duct which hold it to the maf housing
Fig nineteen remove the air filter from its housing.
Fig twenty/twenty one pull and remove the turbocharger duct from the maf housing and from turbo charger below all push fix and thread out carefully
fig twenty two/three/four/five slacken and remove the two torx screws top right and bottom left
top right torx
use long nose pliers to grip the torx screws as it nears the end coming out so not to lose it in engine below.
bottom left torx
Fig twenty six with torx screws removed you can now also remove the maf with its housing.
Fig twenty seven mine looks to have been removed before either to clean it or be changed but not in my ownership.
Fig twenty eight/nine old and new side by side
Fig thirty new maf sensor fitted
Fig thirty one refit the turbocharger duct and hose easiest way to do this is remove the hose from the duct
Fig thirty two hose removed from the duct so it can be lowered down and on to the turbo charger it is a push fixing
Fig thirty three shows the two fixing points for the duct hose
Fig thirty four hose re-fitted also push fix
Fig Thirty five plug the wiring back on to the maf sensor
The maf sensor is now fitted and refitting of the air filter and engine cover etc is the reverse of removal unless like me you are going to change the PCV filter at the same time this is shown in the next post section, Arctic.
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