Help keep this site ad free, consider buying us a coffee! Thanks!

How to Change the Air Filter on a Shogun/Pajero Sport [1st gen]

How to Change the Air Filter on a Shogun/Pajero Sport [1st gen]

  • Unspring the three clips from the filter housing
  • Loosen the wingnut bolt holding the filter in place
  • Remove the washer [sometimes this sticks to the filter case]
  • Pull out the air filter

To change the air filter on a Shogun Sport/Pajero Sport/Montero Sport is a very simple process. The steps above are for the 2.5td 4D56 engine.

While we have not covered many miles this year the driving we have done has been in the Andalucian countryside which is tremendously dusty.

Removing the air filter and giving it a thorough blow out with the vacuum is something that we usually do a couple of times a year however after seeing how dirty the filter was this time we’ll be upping the frequency and perhaps even cleaning it once a month depending on where we’ve been.

Change the Air Filter on a Shogun
Change the air filter on a Shogun/Pajero/Montero [very easy job]
k90 overland
everything gets a clean while the bonnet’s up

Dust, dust and more dust, it just keeps coming. It took a good ten minutes with the hoover to clear the filter so that nothing was left. The dust in southern Spain is also very fine – not good for the engine.

Change the Air Filter on a Shogun
Shogun Sport air filter

So cleaning the filter is something that we’ll be doing more regularly. The standard service on the Shogun Sport [first generation] is every 5000 miles according to Mitsubishi. We’ve just gone over that this year, with the oil change and a good going over ready for the forthcoming ITV we’ll be changing the filter too.

shogun sport k90 service manual

After two years of ownership and using the Shogun for what it was designed to be used for it has held up very well indeed, look after it and it will look after you. Next up will be some attention to the brakes and a new battery for the winter.

1600 900 Mac

Mac

K90overland is Mac and Gayle, they lived in Andalucia for 19 years before moving back to the UK. Overlanding since 2019 the pair have built up a 'budget rig' and now enjoy a relaxed approach to discovering Scotland and the north of England.

Mac

Leave a Reply

Check us out on Youtube

For regular videos covering short overland trips, Mitsubishi Shogun related bits and product reviews. Nothing serious, we just do it because we like to 🙂

DO YOU OWN A 1st GENERATION SHOGUN/PAJERO/MONTERO SPORT OR CHALLENGER?

CHECK OUT OUR OWNERSHIP REVIEW AND LET US KNOW YOUR THOUGHTS ON WHAT YOU DRIVE IN THE COMMENTS

check out all Shogun Sport posts

Search K90

SHOGUN, MONTERO, PAJERO, CHALLENGER ENTHUSIAST?

//////////////////////

Wherever you are and no matter what you call it we have some handy resources for this classic old Mitzy >>>

INFO@K90OVERLAND.COM