|Item Weight||1.7 pounds|
|Product Dimensions||4.4 x 2.4 x 8.9 inches|
|Item model number||99-5000|
|Manufacturer Part Number||99-5000|
|OEM Part Number||99-5000|
|National Stock Number||2940-01-615-6664, 6130-01-534-2888|
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K&N 99-5000 Aerosol Recharger Filter Care Service Kit
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- Includes 6.5 oz. air filter oil, 12 oz. filter cleaner
- Weight of the recharger kit is 2 lb (0.9 kg.)
- Air filter oil prevents dirt from entering your engine and works to dissolve the dirt build up and oil
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*NOTE: I use the cleaner and oil very liberally and one recharger kit has lasted me to my third one which I am doing right now. I still have enough for one more "less liberal" recharge for next time. Also, to thoroughly oil the filter in its grooves, it takes a little patience but again, it's well worth it. Time to go finish my recharge! Take care and I pray this helped!Read more ›
It's basically a 4-step process, that uses both of these products:
1) Remove your filter and spray the Power Kleen solution "liberally" onto your filter
2) Rinse Power Kleen solution off with running water.
(The instructions say you may need to repeat these steps - which I did.)
3) Shake excess water & Let dry completely
4) Spray the filter oil onto your filter - let dry for 20 minutes - Reinstall
I decided to repeat steps 1 & 2 because I could still see some build-up when holding the filter up to light.
There was noticeable crud that came out the 2nd time so I'm glad I did.
After rinsing, the filter looked and felt quite dry after about 3 hours, but I let the filter completely dry overnight just to be sure.
I have not used the pump version of the filter oil, but I must say I don't think I will. I really prefer the ease and coverage that the aerosol gives you. The oil is colored red so you can easily gauge coverage - do NOT over oil.
In my opinion, this does exactly what it says it will do - cleans and recharges your used filter so it will continue to perform at a high level.
What it will not do is make your used filter look brand new. I know there is still a little bit of dirt trapped in that filter that these products don't let you get to, but I am confident it will continue to filter dirt and allow clear air flow.
If you want a bad analogy: I'd say it's like only using mouthwash to clean your teeth. Ya, you get that nice, clean minty-fresh feeling, but it won't be like you just left the dentist.Read more ›
Save your paper air filter (it should fit in the K&N box). Clean your K&N and use the paper filter while your K&N is drying. Then just oil the K&N and swap them back.
When you first remove the filter from the vehicle, make a note of the actual dirty side of the filter (most likely the bottom). This would be the side that would accumulate stuff like small pebbles, bugs, loose dirt, etc.
Shake the filter to remove all this loose debris and to get it out of the pleats of the filter. Proceed to liberally spray the cleaner on both sides of the filter. Make sure you have eye protection and gloves just to be on the safe side. Let the cleaner sit for about 5-10 minutes then rinse off the filter (do NOT use a power washer. Regular cool running water from your sink or garden hose would suffice). Repeat if necessary depending on how soiled the air filter is. You'll notice that using the cleaner has made the filter turn white. When the filter is nice and clean and completely dry, you'll now proceed to use the oil.
Remember which side of the filter was the "dirty" side? When you re-oil the filter, you'll be spraying the oil on just ONE side of the filter. Reason being is that spraying on the dirty side is the side where contaminated air comes from and the other side would be the filtered air. Spraying oil on both sides has the potential of having the oil flow through the rest of your air intake system and might throw a CEL due to oil being in other parts of the engine and/or sensors (like MAF).
You want to spray the filter like you would painting car parts I suppose. Light coats and making sure that there is even coverage on the filter. I'd give time in between sprays to let the filter "soak" the oil.Read more ›
Most Recent Customer Reviews
It's easy to rate this product with 5 stars since it does what it's supposed to do, clean and recondition the expansive filter you bought.
Does the expensive filter worth it ? Read more
Good product, would buy again. A little pricey to me, but massive impact in look of the filtersPublished 4 days ago by john
Then when I applied the oil it sprays on red/pink which is great because you actually have a visual to see if you coated the filter completely or if you need to reapply on any... Read morePublished 5 days ago by Javier Hamann