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InsaneImport
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InsaneImport Aug 11, 1:07am - #34917 

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2003 Toyota Celica GT

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Injen Cold Air Intake

Hey just got one but am really afraid that if it rains my car will hydrolock can anyone tell me if i am making to much of a big deal and also are their any other risks i should be worried about

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UFCELI
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UFCELI Aug 11, 1:09am - #34918 

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Well, you should watch out for large potholes and stuff. It would really take a large amount of water to hydrolock. I think you can buy a sheild for it too thumbsup

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edge202
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edge202 Aug 11, 1:09am - #34919 

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There are no other risks that I am aware of besides hydrolocking. Just avoid the big puddles of water and you should be fine, remember the filter has to be submerged in water for hydrolocking. thumbsup
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InsaneImport
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InsaneImport Aug 11, 1:16am - #34920 

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Oh ok i thought it just had to be exposed to water my bad i feel really dumb thanx again guys you have been a lot of help

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