shown in Fig. 99.
duty air cleaner is quickly interchanged with the air cleaner used as
standard equipment and will not affect
the power and economy in
any way. Oil of not less than S.A.E. 50 viscosity MUST be used in summer and
lighter grades in the winter
and the level must be maintained. One pint of oil will fill the
cleaner to its proper
Servicing of this air cleaner is
an important operation and must
be performed as follows:
air cleaner from the carburetor. Remove the wing nut from the top, remove the
cover. Remove the filter element assembly.
CAUTION—Do not pry
this part loose if it sticks.
It must be removed by hand, otherwise damage to the filter element flange may
result. This flange
must lie flat against the body to insure a tight seat at this point to
prevent air leaks when
the cover is assembled.
oil out of the cleaner and clean out all oil and accumulated dirt. Wash body with
clean gasoline and wipe dry.
Wash filter element by slushing
up and down in clean gasoline. Dry thoroughly, either with an air hose or by
allowing it to stand until
dry. Fill the body of the cleaner with one pint of oil of the proper
It is not
necessary to re-oil the filter element. This is done automatically when the car is
the filter element to the body of the cleaner, being sure that the flange rests
flat against the top flange of
the body. Reassemble the cover, making sure the gasket is clean and
in good condition over its entire
surface so a tight seat is obtained at this point. Install wing