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post #1 of 4 Old Jan 22nd, 2015, 8:44 am Thread Starter
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Changing air filter & spark plugs

Does anyone have step by step procedures? This info is for a friend that recently purchased a 2002 LT. He doesn't have a clue to get off tupperware.
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post #2 of 4 Old Jan 22nd, 2015, 9:23 am
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Re: Changing air filter & spark plugs

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Does anyone have step by step procedures? This info is for a friend that recently purchased a 2002 LT. He doesn't have a clue to get off tupperware.
You came to the right spot, but for someone to explain taking off tupperware could be a very long post for a pretty easy job, so always look at youtube, or Illinois BMW riding club. After he does it a couple times it will go quick.

I use youtube quite often on many different projects or solutions if needed, you can find most in the FAQ and technical here and of course these guys will help in anyway they can, but nothing works like a video or pictures. Most of the video's you find will most likely be from a user here..Good Luck

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Re: Changing air filter & spark plugs

Take a look at the upper right of the page, you will see a Technical heading.

Click the dropdown to files, that will open a new page. Select Technical documents, if you go to page two you should see a file called Tupperware party zip files. Grab those files and have a party.

Or you can watch the video mentioned above.

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Re: Changing air filter & spark plugs

The tupperware is not going to be the big deal but to get to the air filter you have to take the tank off then why you that far you might as well put a fuel filter in and thats inside the gas tank and new hoses in the tank also
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