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LiQuiDKiT2005
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LiQuiDKiT2005 Sep 26, 4:11am - #48273 

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2002 Toyota Celica

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Stock Airbox Installation>>>>

anyone have directions to install the stock airbox system?? i have the Injen CAI.. and we are coming up on winter soon so i wanna get my stock airbox back in my car.. anyone have instructions or installation procedures..??and possibly pictures of where each wire goes???? thanks for the help...
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spaztikid Sep 26, 4:25am - #48274 
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stock aitbox is easy...put it all together so that you're not leaving out any parts. wheni had to put mine in i just put the hoses on as a guess and i was tight. just try it.
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MxReb0
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MxReb0 Sep 26, 5:39am - #48275 

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Why do you do that for winter? Will the engine not warm up fast enough with out it?

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blendable79
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blendable79 Sep 27, 6:00am - #48276 
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i took my Injen CAI out already. the stock reinstall is easy as long as you have all your stock parts. even if you don't though some of the hoses from the Injen CAI can be interchanged. i live in west hempstead. it's like 15 minutes from east meadow. let me know if you want me to meet up with you and help. it only took me about 25 minutes to uninstall the Injen CAI and reinstall the stock air box. i've actually done the swap 4 times already since i got the Intake because of dealer visits and warranty issues.
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