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Old 09-08-2005, 02:15 PM   #1
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Default injen intake install help (02 2.5RS)

Hey, I have an injen intake that I picked up, and I ordered a new K&N filter for it thats looks pretty sweet (inverted end to suck in more air than the stock injen filter)

Anyways, I wanted to know how I install it, as I bought it used and there are no instructions.

I figure I hve to take off the stock airbox and piping...but there are 3 vacuum hoses that came with the intake, that I supposed connect to 3 points in my engine bay-- does it matter which vacuum point locations on the intake goto what point in the engine bay?

Also, I heard its easiest to remove the front wheel, peel back the liner, and put that part of the intake (with the filter) in that way?

If so, how do i remove the wheel liner? Are there screws or an easy way to do that ?

What is the hardest part of the install?

If anyone has any pics or documentation that would be great.


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Old 09-08-2005, 02:19 PM   #2
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the 3 vacuum hoses on your currrent intake are the ones that connect to the new one. I removed the old vacuum hoses and replaced with the intake ones (ONE AT A TIME!). There was one that was a small tube going into a bigger tube w/a clamp...i just mimiced the factory setup of the old hoses with the new ones.

hope that makes sense, im not having a very good day.

edit: i dont have the same car and my intake is ram not CAI...but if it helps

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Old 09-09-2005, 12:38 PM   #3
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1. Crank your wheel all the way to the right.
2. Remove stock airbox. Make a mental note of where each vacuum line you take off goes and your IAT sensor.
3. Assemble the j-tube with hoses and clamps on each end, you may use the stock clamps along with the packaged ones for extra security.
4. Attach the j-tube to the throttle bottle and slightly tighten it.
5. Reattach the vacuum lines onto the j-tube. You will find that one is much too short to reach, trace this one back and remove the entire hose and replace it with the supplied longer vacuum line. You will also find that you have one too many vacuum lines. Just plug this one up.
6. You will find that your IAT sensor also does not reach the new plug. Carefully cut the wiring shroud to give you more wire length to work with and plug this in.
7. Assemble your cold air extension and filter. The filter and its clamps go on the straight end.
8. Peel back your wheel well liner held back by a couple tabs.
9. Carefully place the intake inside the fender well.
10. Align the curved end with the j-tube and then tighten everything up.
11. Reset ECU and enjoy.
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Old 09-09-2005, 01:48 PM   #4
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IAT sensor?
what is that? I have a 2002 Rs so I think ours might be different?

I was unaware that my 02 required any IAT modification- I was under the impression that 02s required just hooking up to the vacuum lines?

how are the tabs that hold the liner attached? is it self explanatory once i get down there?

I am waiting for my new filter to arrive, so I havent started looking at the install yet, as it will be next weekend.


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Old 09-09-2005, 02:03 PM   #5
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bahboy the 02 did not have an IAT sensor, 03-04 do. So you need to plug the hole for the sensor with the grommet that the intake kit provides. Hook up all the vacumm lines and bolt all the stuff together.
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Old 09-09-2005, 02:58 PM   #6
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What he said
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Old 09-10-2005, 05:51 PM   #7
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bahboy the 02 did not have an IAT sensor, 03-04 do. So you need to plug the hole for the sensor with the grommet that the intake kit provides. Hook up all the vacumm lines and bolt all the stuff together.
oops. just regugitating what i did on my 04.
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Old 09-12-2005, 08:30 AM   #8
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I bought the kit used and dont have a grommet-- any idea where I can get an equivalent, or another alternative?

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pm me your address. i will send you mine.
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