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Jan 26, 9:35pm - #2015 
AEM CAI install

I am half way through the installation of an AEM CAI on my 2000 Celica GTS. Unfortunatly, I can't get the AEM tube to fit in the engine compartment. I know you have to cut the liner to get it to fit, but I'm not sure where to cut and I don't see how it will fit with the filter on. If there is anyone who has completed this installation and can help me to get it finished so I can get to work I would appreciate it! Thanks, Chris.


Feb 28, 5:32pm - #2016 
i don't have any pictures, but sortof a frame of reference...i can see a little bit of my Intake in front of my driver side wheel. the filter fits kinda behind the back of the foglight...that's pretty much where it's headed...hope that helps

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Feb 28, 5:40pm - #2017 
yeah, it's kinda hard without the pics..what i did was cut the plastic like an inch at a time until the filter finally fit..hope this helps too..goodluck!

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