Need help with installation of filter

I want someone to explain to me exactly where the filter is, what i need to open or unscrew to see if there is a filter in my compressor, right ?

Shadow Knls

P.S. Being I am a little stupid a pic with possibly a diagram/lines pointing it out would suffice the matter perfectly.

The air filter on the compressor screws on the end of the compressor. You can take a small flat screwdriver and pop the cover off to reveal the filter. I check my filter several times a year depending on the road conditions at the time. The filter box (disc) actually screws onto the end of the compressor and does not need to be removed to check/replace the filter element.

I just wanted to say Thanks a heap Buck Really appreciate the help and the diagram as I am tad stupid when it comes to these darn horns, lol

Thanks again.

Shadow Knls

P.S. BTW, I had a dog called “Buck” that I did not keep, biggest mistake in my life as he went on to become one of the greatest Stud Dogs in America, (to the point of breeding almost once a wk)
Now do the math, 1k per breeding, 50 plus wks a yr, lol …cpl of yrs b4 he passed away his owners sure were proud of him. lol

yeah but if u were goin to keep the dog, were you gonna breed it and sell the offspring?
if not then he woulda never been a great stud dog…

The Studd Muffin

i guess u knew him personally… LOL!!