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injen isnatll #247806 Aug 12, 6:16pm Aug 12, 6:16pm
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i got my Injen SRI today thumbsup

shudd i innstal it my self , the only mechanic fhing i have done is a twm short shifter.

i have heard its easy but on the manual that folwed it stod extremly hard to innstall eek

and how do i reset the ecu?

i have a friend that have changed the Intake on a KIA is it about the same?

Re: injen isnatll [Re: oas] #247807 Aug 12, 6:19pm Aug 12, 6:19pm
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Shouldn't be hard, refer to the install guide on the site, resetting ecu is as simple as unlpugging the battery terminals for a few minutes. Ask around for help, and good luck wave

Re: injen isnatll [Re: BReakinDrifTs] #247808 Aug 12, 6:26pm Aug 12, 6:26pm
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You should always unplug the negative battery terminal while you install a mod, especially one in the engine bay.

If you do this, then by the time you are done installing, the ECU will have reset itself.


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Re: injen isnatll [Re: slidr] #247809 Aug 12, 6:33pm Aug 12, 6:33pm
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That's right the first thing before doing any mod is diconnect the battery


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Re: injen isnatll [Re: GTSHYPR] #247810 Aug 13, 1:50am Aug 13, 1:50am
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install it yourself... it's cake

Re: injen isnatll [Re: Sultan] #247811 Aug 13, 10:30am Aug 13, 10:30am
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it's not too hard or too easy to install...average...

Re: injen isnatll [Re: ragingpaseo] #247812 Aug 13, 10:35am Aug 13, 10:35am
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just do it yourlsef, if you have decent literary skills you then can read the directions and have at it! thumbsup


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