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TRD Drop in Filter #364828 Jan 3, 11:39pm Jan 3, 11:39pm
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TRD Drop in Filter
Quick question. I can just "drop" it in and not have to reset anything right?

Just swap and throw away the old crappy one and then I am good to go?


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Re: TRD Drop in Filter [Re: Chelica815] #364829 Jan 4, 12:44am Jan 4, 12:44am
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Nevermind, got my answer. Thanks!


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Re: TRD Drop in Filter [Re: Chelica815] #364830 Jan 4, 1:36am Jan 4, 1:36am
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what if you reset your ECU, would that do better for it?

well, IMO, if you havent received a CEL dont bother resetting the ECU, you might jinx it grin wave


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Re: TRD Drop in Filter [Re: Zero] #364831 Jan 4, 7:44am Jan 4, 7:44am
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i had the k&n filter and i didnt have to do anything just drops in


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Re: TRD Drop in Filter [Re: celicadragon] #364832 Jan 4, 9:12am Jan 4, 9:12am
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Resetting the ECU is just disconnecting the batt. terminal for 10 mins or something right?


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Re: TRD Drop in Filter [Re: Chelica815] #364833 Jan 4, 9:23am Jan 4, 9:23am
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And did you have to use one of those K&N Recharger oil before placing the filter in?


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