CLEANING AND INSPECTION
1. Using a clean rag, clean inside of air filter housing.
C AU T I O N
Do not tap or strike air filter elements to remove dust. Damage to air filter elements may
Do not wash the air filter element.
Do not use air filter elements with damaged pleas, gaskets, or seals. Dirt entering engine
will cause damage to engine components.
Do not attempt to clean a secondary air filter element. If damaged, or light cannot pass
through it, it must be replaced.
Do not use compressed air at pressure greater than 30 psi (207 kPa) to clean primary
Do not remove secondary filter until you have a new one ready to install.
Failure to follow these cautions ma result in damage to equipment.
N OT E
Use either low pressure compressed air or a vacuum to clean primary air filter element.
Direct airflow from inside element and up and down pleats rather than across pleats.
2. With assistance from Field Maintenance, clean primary element.
3. Inspect primary element for tears, holes, damaged pleats, gaskets, or seals. Discard if damaged.
4. Inspect element using a work light. Light should be visible through the element when light is placed inside ele-
ment. If necessary, compare to a new element to confirm results.
5. Remove secondary air filter element (Figure 3, Item 1) from housing (Figure 3, Item 2) and discard.
END OF TASK