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Re: re Re: How to change 1989 90Q air filter?
Yes, a long screwdriver will get to the screws. With the grille out, you should
be able to see them better, as well as put your hand or whatever in there to
catch the screws when they fall. It is tight, but not prohibitive. I just did
it two weeks ago when I put the K&N back in.
"Smith, Kirby A" wrote:
> On my 1988 90qs, that filler panel is held on by screws behind the bumper,
> one uder each headlight and at the center. Are you able to reach them from
> the side and/or above?
> > -----Original Message-----
> > From: harrison sapir [SMTP:firstname.lastname@example.org]
> > Sent: Sunday, July 18, 1999 7:38 PM
> > To: Smith, Kirby A
> > Cc: 'Quattrolist'
> > Subject: Re: re Re: How to change 1989 90Q air filter?
> > Not exactly true. If you pull the grille and filler panel (just under the
> > grille & lamps) you can get the headlamp out. The whole process takes
> > about 5
> > minutes. Not a big deal at all.
> > harrison
> > "Smith, Kirby A" wrote:
> > > However, to remove the headlight on the 90q, one has to remove the
> > bumper
> > > (which entails removing the fog lights, and the bumper bolt covers
> > without
> > > breaking them), the trim piece above the bumpers, and the lights. You
> > will
> > > still have to do most of what I described in a previous post.
> > >
> > > kirby