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chinoboistyle
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chinoboistyle Dec 19, 8:40am - #354625 

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2003 Toyota Celica

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lancaster. pa
AeM Cold Air IntaKe

me n my friends just installed my Intake yesterday n had sum problems which made a 45 min job turn into a 4 hr job!! it seems like its running perfectly w/o no cel but then again theres a blue plug that has no connection to it n im not sure if thats suppose to happen.. can some1 who has a AEM cold air post there pix up so i can c if mines look similar to it!! thanxx
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celicafourotwo
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celicafourotwo Dec 19, 9:40am - #354626 

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2000 Toyota Celica

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yes that's suppose to happen..the blue plug that goes under ur stock air box don't plug into anyting onto ur new Intake..it's normal..don't worry about it..as long as ur have all ur hoses connected correctly u'll be fine..and as long as you don't have CEL u're good to go...congrat on the Intake.. thumbsup

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Question:
Whenever my car is at a full stop or even in park the RPM never sits on 0. what does this mean?
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blackcel
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blackcel Dec 19, 6:19pm - #354627 

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At least you can say you did it yourself. Congratulations!!

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eric_h
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eric_h Dec 19, 6:28pm - #354628 

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2002 Toyota Celica GT

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ncie work man, i got same Intake and a little plug just chillin there

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A boats a boat, but the mystery box could be anything....Even a boat!
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YBLEGAL
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YBLEGAL Dec 19, 8:59pm - #354629 

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2000 Toyota Celica GT

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same here, the only problem I ran into was putting the little metal adapter in the fan shroud.
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chinoboistyle
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chinoboistyle Dec 20, 1:30am - #354630 

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2003 Toyota Celica

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lancaster. pa
whew!! thanxs for the replies.. but im still waitin for the by pass valve to come!! i wanna put that in because im paranoid bout water gettin in.. but then ahhh its probally gonna take along time to put that stuff on also!!
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Erick
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Erick Dec 20, 1:57am - #354631 

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Originally Posted by celicafourotwo
Originally Posted by midblucel
i thought if you have a CAI you should get a by pass valve i herd that helps... wtf


that been debated for sometime now..u can put them in if you want, but it don't help any with our car..it'll actually make you loose hp down low (i think, if i remember right)..so to avoid bypass, you need to cover the wheel well hella good, not air tight, but cover enuf so there won't be a lot of water splatting from the tires into the wheel well..plus some people uses heat shield with CAI, positioning the shield somehow to block water splat..


from here..

https://www.celicahobby.com/ubbthrea...#Post1953354286

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