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Feb 3, 4:58pm - #4347 
need help here...

anyone know how to put the stock air box back on...i cant remember...i want to see if the clicking noise will go away...it is driving me nuts...thanks guys...i hope i havent messed up my car...that would suck...


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Feb 4, 6:51am - #4348 
anyone...


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Feb 5, 1:46am - #4349 
Go check the Installs section and look at the "Removal of Butterfly valve". They teach you how to take the box out, just do it backwards.

If you had an Injen CAI, you had to cut your ECU tube, so you can't go back to the stock airbox. If you had AEM, you're fine.


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