Lawn Mowers Replacing the Air Filter on a Snapper Lawn Mower

Published on March 10th, 2015 | by Turner Anderson


Replacing the Air Filter on a Snapper Lawn Mower

Watch our video on how to replace the air filter on a Snapper lawn mower.

Replacing a dirty or damaged air filter will prevent dust, dirt and debris from entering the carburetor and internal parts of your engine, prolonging the life of your engine. This video shows you how to easily replace your dirty air filter with a new one.

Step 1:

Disconnect the spark plug

Step 2:

Using a flat head screw driver remove the bolt from the air filter cover and remove it and the air filter and pre-filter

Step 3: 

Install the new pre-filter and the new air filter, replace the air filter cover


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