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GTS2003BLK
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GTS2003BLK Jun 1, 7:06am - #189667 

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Injen CAI ECU cooling tube options

Any other Injen CAI users out there have any issue with routing the ECU cooling tube away from rubbing on other pipes and tubes?

I'm tempted to replace the whole Injen hose clamp ECU cooling tube jury rig with a single piece of rubber or plastic hose safely zipped tied and routed away from rubbing on anything.

How much cooling dose the ECU need?

What dose it look like under the ECUs "DO Not Open" lid? Dose it get dirty in there?
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Easy_C Jun 1, 1:39pm - #189668 
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many celica owners have removed their ecu cooling tube (myself included) for many miles with no problem. Even people down in texas and arizona have.

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GTS2003BLK
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GTS2003BLK Jun 1, 6:08pm - #189669 

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Thanks for that info.

This weekend I plan to re-rout the ECU cooling pipe, maybe just point it at the front grill opening and stick a small filter on the end of it.
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Clos Jun 1, 6:17pm - #189670 
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try sticking it in upside down, it worked that way. and then i had to cut 2inch away, and twiste the pipe it works fine and never got a engine light check
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GTS2003BLK Jun 1, 10:53pm - #189671 

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Whats the deal with the DO Not Open warning on the ECU, is it air tight box, will parts fly out, is there a seal that the dealership can tell it's been opened? Obviously it is a sensitive electronic component.

I just want to see what's in there.
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