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Old 03-27-2016, 05:35 AM   #1
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Air filter?

2000 Ford V 10, has a cone shaped air filter. Do I wash this or spray water through it?
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Ford recommends replacing it at 30,000 miles with normal use and 15,000 miles in severe use.

At only $15.00 or so, I change mine.
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Do you get it at any auto parts store?
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I got mine at Walmart.
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Old 03-27-2016, 07:14 AM   #5
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If it's the original paper Ford style one that looks like this:

Motorcraft Air Filter Assembly, MTCFA 1603 - Walmart.com

They're available at Wal-Mart or just about any auto parts store
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I have a metal one
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2000 Ford Motorhome 5.4L V8 Air Filter

This is what I have, says it washable? I was hoping someone can tell me how you would wash it?
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The KN filter can be washed BUT not under pressure from a water hose it will destroy it. They sell the kits with soap and oil in it. The filter is a wet filter. Washing it take some mild dish soap and water in a bucket and just gently move it around in the bucket then do it again with clean water. Do not use pressurized aid to dry it. Drop dry only. Then you find the filter oil and coat the filter and let it set so the excess oil can drop off.
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