Opel Corsa B 1993–2000 Service and Repair Manual: Air cleaner housing - removal and refitting


1.4 and 1.6 litre models

1. Refer to the information given for the carburettor models. For information on the air temperature control system.

1.8 and 2.0 litre 8-valve models

2. Remove the air cleaner element.

3. Disconnect the air intake tube then undo the retaining screws and remove the housing from the engine compartment.

2.0 litre 16-valve models

4. Remove the trunking which connects the air cleaner to the air mass meter.

5. Remove the three bolts which secure the air cleaner. Remove the air cleaner (see illustrations).

Fuel and exhaust systems - fuel-injected models
Two of the air cleaner securing bolts (arrowed) - 2.0 litre 16-valve

Fuel and exhaust systems - fuel-injected models
The third air cleaner bolt - 2.0 litre 16-valve

Fuel and exhaust systems - fuel-injected models
Removing the air cleaner - 2.0 litre 16-valve


6. Refit by reversing the removal operations.

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