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ArumnDark
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ArumnDark Aug 3, 6:34pm - #239208 
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AEM CAI...

Just got my CAI in, and I was wondering...

Does this hose need to be plugged?
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nebraskaGTS
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nebraskaGTS Aug 3, 6:40pm - #239209 

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i just went out and looked at mine, i just have a little plug there, but i can't tell where that hose comes from?? i do remember i think i had an extra hose left over though
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JSPITZ Aug 3, 6:44pm - #239210 

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yes it does so you dont get those little C.E.L's

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ArumnDark Aug 3, 7:52pm - #239211 
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Alrighty, thanks folks! smile

That explains my little CEL problem wink
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MothTRD Aug 3, 8:22pm - #239212 

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Thank for that infor. I bought an AEM CAI, im still waitting on it.
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CaLiGTS Aug 3, 8:30pm - #239213 

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i dont think its supposed to be like that

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Erick Aug 3, 8:38pm - #239214 

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also you might want to looking into making
a custom Watershield for CAI

https://www.celicahobby.com/ubbthreads/thread.f_154546_0_collapsed_2__1.html happywink



Not sure where you got the hose from but..you should cap this with the little rubber thing that came with the AEM CAI thumbsup
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ArumnDark Aug 3, 10:06pm - #239215 
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OK, thanks folks...

And just for note, mine is a 2004, so I think some of it looks a little different.

I do have the little rubber cap on there, was just wondering if I should also plug the hose that used to go where the cap is now smile

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Sancho Aug 4, 5:40am - #239216 

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Originally Posted by ArumnDark
Just got my CAI in, and I was wondering...

Does this hose need to be plugged?


Thats the hose that connects to the butterfly valve in your airbox (now deceased rofl). For those of you who have removed your butterfly Intake valves, you are very familiar with this hose.

The answer is yes. Use a fat screw and plug it up. thumbsup

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