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MARCT Sep 10, 4:29pm - #271533 
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Can someone explain my AEM intake noises

I just installed my AEM Intake, it sounds and runs great but I'm bot sure what the noises are about, when I shut the car down and when I shift, if makes these noises, I can't even explein,. someone said it's normal but I just want to make sure. something about the engin gasping for air, but why would it have to do that? other than that I love it...p.s. there are no engine lights coming on so that's a good thing, right?
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Easy_C Sep 10, 4:34pm - #271534 
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it makes a sucking sound, any Intake will do that. it is perfectly normal smile

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yeah..but besides the sucking sound...it kidna gives your car a rattling sound when you start is and shut it off. When i take my car to a shop..and i shut it off..they are like..wellll..i heard the Intake...what else you got? So if your car has this metallic/ weird sounds(its soo har dto explain like you said) dont worry, its totally normal.
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MARCT Sep 10, 6:24pm - #271537 
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thanks guys
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