Do not touch the inside of the filter with
a bare light bulb.
After cleaning the filter element, inspect the element
Water pressure from a hose or tap
for damage. Look for dust on the clean air side, the
should not exceed 40 PSI (276 kPa/
slightest rupture, or damaged gaskets. A good
method to use to detect ruptures in the element is to
place a light inside the element and look toward the
6. Rinse the element with clean water until the
light from the outside. Any hole in the element, ev en
water coming through the element is clean. Air-dry
the smallest, will pass dust to the engine and cause
the element thoroughly before using.
unnecessary engine wear. Element replacement is
recommended if such holes are evident.
Air Cleaner Body.
Heated air (maximum temperature 160
degrees [71 degrees C]) must have
Before installing the filter element, remov e any for-
circulation. Do not use light bulbs for
eign material (leav es, lint or other foreign matter) that
may hav e collected inside the air cleaner body.
Inspect the inside of the body for dents or other
damage that would interfere with air flow or with the
fins on the element or inside the body. Repair any
7. Mechanized drying methods can be used.
body dents, being careful not to damage the sealing