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ASAP Help Injen Problem #85669 Jan 18, 3:24pm Jan 18, 3:24pm
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ASAP Help Injen Problem
Ok I am installing my Ingen CAI and I got everything right wtih the help of the install on this site but I have to lose hoses that I dont think need to be loose. One is at the end of the OBD canister and the other is at the bottom of the relay and fuse box and is held on by a green plastic piece. Can anyone help me know what to do here or are they supposed to be loose. Thanks for all the help.


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Re: ASAP Help Injen Problem [Re: Spencer] #85670 Jan 18, 7:37pm Jan 18, 7:37pm
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i am not ral sure, but don't think they should be loose, and if i am correct on the pic of the celica on the Injen site, the have a red Injen hose that holds it on.

hopefully someone else with more hands-on-experiance can help

Re: ASAP Help Injen Problem [Re: Celicaracer18] #85671 Jan 18, 8:28pm Jan 18, 8:28pm
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Originally Posted by Celicaracer18
i am not ral sure, but don't think they should be loose, and if i am correct on the pic of the celica on the Injen site, the have a red Injen hose that holds it on.

hopefully someone else with more hands-on-experiance can help


Thanks man but I got it fixed and they dont need to be loose.

By the way anyone who doesn't have an Intake it sounds great...couldn't stop driving my car for like 2 hours


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Re: ASAP Help Injen Problem [Re: Spencer] #85672 Jan 18, 9:20pm Jan 18, 9:20pm
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awesome bro thumbsup glad you got it worked out. i've heard Intakes make your car sound better.

Re: ASAP Help Injen Problem [Re: Spencer] #85673 Jan 19, 9:51am Jan 19, 9:51am
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my bf put a Injen Intake on my car friday night. it sounds good...and i havent got a CEL yet..hopefully i wont. but we just left all the stock wires we didnt switch them to the red ones. Intakes are kinda a pain in the ass to put on celicas.


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Re: ASAP Help Injen Problem [Re: Spencer] #85674 Jan 19, 11:12am Jan 19, 11:12am
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Is there any disanvantage of buying a used Intake? really im just trading some subs for it and i want to make sure im not getting ripped, nor do i want to incure a cel, Whats this about red wires? ill have to check out the install guide

Re: ASAP Help Injen Problem [Re: CelicaRacer05] #85675 Jan 19, 12:38pm Jan 19, 12:38pm
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Originally Posted by CelicaRacer05
Is there any disanvantage of buying a used intake? really im just trading some subs for it and i want to make sure im not getting ripped, nor do i want to incure a cel, Whats this about red wires? ill have to check out the install guide


i dont think there is really a disadvantage to buying a used Intake...i think it just depends on how the intallation goes if you get a cel light or not. i know people that there cel came on after they put an Intake on and i know people who didnt get one after they put one on.
i think as long as you dont bang the MAF sensor around your fine...but i dont really know...oh ya and about the red wires i was talking about i meant hoses. to replace your vacume lines..i didnt do it-i left them stock.


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