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Old 10-09-2007, 10:08 PM   #1
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Pain in the backside CAI question....



I purchased, basically, this CAI. I have a 98 V6....... what the HELL? This thing came with no instructions and it doesnt look like it'll fit any which way... I am so confused

I did a Google search on "98 mustang cold air installation" and was glad that the picture of that CAI was the first thing to pop up considering thats exactly what i have.

This question was probably asked 540 times already, but I have searched the forums and even clicked on the CAI install links and it just brings me back to the main page. Could anyone help? I'd appreciate it alot! Thanks
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Re: Pain in the backside CAI question....

PM Kyle about his...have him get you a pic of it installed....it isn't nearly as tough as you would think...and once you see a pic you should be able to figure it out pretty quickly. Granted, his is a 2004, but, same engine and everything so it won't matter.

I'm going to see if I have a pic of his car with the hood up...but his motor is dirty, so he doesn't take many of the motor.
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Re: Pain in the backside CAI question....

Ok man, what you have there is your typical fenderwell cai kit. The pipe with the blue pieces on it connect to your throttle body and your MAF. The MAF must be pulled off of your factory air intake system, it's towards the front, right behind your current filter. You will need to pull out your factory air intake and unplug the harness.

Once you have this system out, unhook the air filter end and set it aside. If you look into the tube now you will see a screen and a small black plastic piece sticking into the tube. There are 4 bolts holding the MAF onto the factory intake, remove these 4 bolts and hold onto them.

Once you have seperated the MAF from the factory intake you can begin piecing together the new intake. First, connect the filter and the larger pipe together with that bracket piece inbetween. You will use one of the clamps on this. Now, bolt the MAF onto the pipe using the 4 bolts, you will want to reuse the metal screen in this process as well. Also, use the gasket supplied inbetween the MAF and the piping. Make sure you face this piece correctly so you can plug it back in (the plug side facing the filter side). Next, connect the upper piping to the rest of the system using another clamp.

Finally, after you have all this assembled, put it in the engine bay, carefully putting the filter side in the fenderwell first. Once you have this piece in, you can work on connecting the upper end of the piping to your throttle body, using another clamp on this piece.

Once you have all this connected you can hook the vacuum lines you unhooked back into this CAI and then plug the MAF connector back in. You will also want to attach the bracket piece onto the fender using the factory bolt.
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Re: Pain in the backside CAI question....

Awesome! I feel like a complete idiot not knowing how to do this, but hey at least i am trying haha..
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Re: Pain in the backside CAI question....

94-98 intakes are different, i think, than 99-04

but the way it looks in the pic is the way its installed. put that flat metal piece after the filter. that will be against the hole from your engine to fenderwell. that other metal piece with the two blue rubber things on it hook from that other metal tube to the throttle body, with that gasket in between both tubes.

the metal fasteners are for holding it all together.........its really not hard
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Re: Pain in the backside CAI question....

dammit brad, you beat me to it


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PM Kyle about his...have him get you a pic of it installed....it isn't nearly as tough as you would think...and once you see a pic you should be able to figure it out pretty quickly. Granted, his is a 2004, but, same engine and everything so it won't matter.

I'm going to see if I have a pic of his car with the hood up...but his motor is dirty, so he doesn't take many of the motor.
i dont take ANY engine pics for that specific reason.......but i might give everything a nice cleaning this weekend as it is supposed to be nice and cool. finally fall is here........for at least a couple weeks now
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Re: Pain in the backside CAI question....

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94-98 intakes are different, i think, than 99-04

but the way it looks in the pic is the way its installed. put that flat metal piece after the filter. that will be against the hole from your engine to fenderwell. that other metal piece with the two blue rubber things on it hook from that other metal tube to the throttle body, with that gasket in between both tubes.

the metal fasteners are for holding it all together.........its really not hard
It goes from throttle body to fender wall...it is no different just different shaped pipes. It is the same as your kit.
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94-98 intakes are different, i think, than 99-04

but the way it looks in the pic is the way its installed. put that flat metal piece after the filter. that will be against the hole from your engine to fenderwell. that other metal piece with the two blue rubber things on it hook from that other metal tube to the throttle body, with that gasket in between both tubes.

the metal fasteners are for holding it all together.........its really not hard
Where would the MAF go in your imaginary setup there Kyle?
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Re: Pain in the backside CAI question....

i guess, but if you look on the sales sites for these, they have two diff categories
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Where would the MAF go in your imaginary setup there Kyle?
MAF? We don't need to stinking MAF. It is over rated...just like power steering.
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i guess, but if you look on the sales sites for these, they have two diff categories
Right, but only because the pipes are shaped a touch different...the rest is all the same....and the install is identical.
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Re: Pain in the backside CAI question....

If you can't understand my instructions try these:

Google Image Result for http://lib.store.yahoo.net/lib/mustangtuning/CAI.jpg

Also, here's an image of a similar CAI setup...

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Where would the MAF go in your imaginary setup there Kyle?
thats a good question.........mine had a plug for it






thats the one i got
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MAF? We don't need to stinking MAF. It is over rated...just like power steering.
You just gotta put a power steering cooler on there.....
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MAF? We don't need to stinking MAF. It is over rated...just like power steering.
important enough to install that power steering fluid cooler in my car
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thats a good question.........mine had a plug for it






thats the one i got
You have to bolt the factory MAF inbetween the two tubes, otherwise they would make it one big tube.

Look, there in the picture you posted, it's a MAF
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thats a good question.........mine had a plug for it






thats the one i got
Just so you know...the MAF is the piece that fits between that big L shaped piece and the smaller tube...it isn't really the plug...it is the entire assembly (MAF Housing). The rubber gasket clamps to one side of it and the L shaped pipe bolts to the other side.
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Just so you know...the MAF is the piece that fits between that big L shaped piece and the smaller tube...it isn't really the plug...it is the entire assembly (MAF Housing). The rubber gasket clamps to one side of it and the L shaped pipe bolts to the other side.
Exactly what I said in the novel posted above lol...we're arguing about the same thing apparently.
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I have the typical ford power steering pump whine and it sucks.
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That was completely off topic lol... yeah, my MAF is this big friggin round black thing, i do see the screen and stuff but... yeah its surrounded by black plastic lol.. I just take it out of that?
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Exactly what I said in the novel posted above lol...we're arguing about the same thing apparently.
No...I'm just typing slower than you and making the same points. lol
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I have the typical ford power steering pump whine and it sucks.
Haha, well we're referring to me accidently hooking his tranny cooler up to the power steering lines...hence making a power steering cooler...didn't work as well as the theory sounds lol.
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That was completely off topic lol... yeah, my MAF is this big friggin round black thing, i do see the screen and stuff but... yeah its surrounded by black plastic lol.. I just take it out of that?
Yes, I forget exactly how it all comes apart, one sec and I'll pull out my factory setup and take a look...
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Haha, well we're referring to me accidently hooking his tranny cooler up to the power steering lines...hence making a power steering cooler...didn't work as well as the theory sounds lol.
Ah yes....good times....

You should have been here for the removal of the spun wheel stud. Now that was some real fun.
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Well mistake or not who else can actually say they have a power steering cooler? Haha
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Ok, back and sitting here with my factory MAF assembly in my hands...well lap..I'm typing.

The big honkin black plastic case ya know. It comes apart using a flat head screwdriver and prying at the 4 plastic clips holding it in. Once you have this unhooked you will see that the actual MAF is attached to the small portion of this assembly using 4 screws. Unbolt these 4 screws and work the wiring out of the housing and vuala *sp* you can start assembling your new unit.

*edit* now that I look at it a little harder there are 2 screws holding the MAF into the housing. You will use the new nuts and bolts sent with the kit to bolt this piece in the new setup. Be sure to use the gasket.
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Sweet! I can't believe how much of a help you guys are. Thanks so much!
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NP man, got nothing better to do with my time lol. Glad I could help, I remember when I first started getting into this, I had many of these threads floating around.
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Nice !!!!! I was gonna chime in. But with Rob and Brad on the job you were in excellant hands !! Oh Yeah Kyle as well
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Nice !!!!! I was gonna chime in. But with Rob and Brad on the job you were in excellant hands !! Oh Yeah Kyle as well
I don't know...the last time rob and brad were on the job, a tranny cooler suddenly became a power steering cooler.
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I don't know...the last time rob and brad were on the job, a tranny cooler suddenly became a power steering cooler.
That's OK it was only Kyle's car :rofl:
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That's OK it was only Kyle's car :rofl:
That's true.
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I love the whistle i'm hearing when i drive, makes my car sound boosted, hah
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