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Could someone please check this for me? #41219 Sep 1, 5:56am Sep 1, 5:56am
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Could someone please check this for me?
Or maybe someone just knows it.

I installed my AEM CAI last saturday, when putting back the cooling-'pipe' for the ECU canister I noticed the bent upper part of it (the part between the canister and the pipe going down) was pretty loose on the pipe going down.

Is this supposed to be a bit loose or did I loose a ring or something?
Where does the 'fresh' air come from that cools the ecu?

Immo

Re: Could someone please check this for me? [Re: Immo] #41220 Sep 1, 9:36am Sep 1, 9:36am
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that sounds confusing to me...
but it shouldn't be too loose...
I think mine is pretty tight where it sits in the ECU box...then it connects to another pipe going down, which i think you are talking about and yes it's loose because it just slides into the pipe...
but idk how loose you are talking about. confused


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Re: Could someone please check this for me? [Re: Immo] #41221 Sep 1, 10:24am Sep 1, 10:24am
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You'll find out if your check engine light comes on when you turn the car on next time smile

Re: Could someone please check this for me? [Re: VSGTS14] #41222 Sep 1, 11:07am Sep 1, 11:07am
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Originally Posted by VSGTS14
that sounds confusing to me...
but it shouldn't be too loose...
I think mine is pretty tight where it sits in the ECU box...then it connects to another pipe going down, which i think you are talking about and yes it's loose because it just slides into the pipe...
but idk how loose you are talking about. confused


You helped me out already smile
It's very secure in the ECU box, though a bit loose on the other end, just like you said, so nothing to worry about.
Thanks for checking.

Oh, my CEL does not come on, lucky me smile

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