This procedure is used to remove the air filter housing and air flow sensor on 944s and 944 Turbos. Thanks to Tom Harrison for taking the time to provide feedback to correct several mistakes and to make the procedure more user friendly.
Two electrical wires are secured to the air flow sensor via a small red plastic clip and L-bracket. You can either try to pull the clip from the small L-bracket that it mounts to, or you can remove the L-bracket from the air flow sensor assembly. I recommend the later, as it is a single bolt, and when I attempted to do the former, I broke the red plastic clip. (Comment from TMH)
Later model cars are not equipped with the breather hose and will have the hose connection on the bottom of the housing capped. Also, some early models may still have the attachment on the timing belt cover but, it has been capped as well.
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