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Old 03-06-2013, 06:13 PM   #1
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k & n cold air intake problem

I bought this car with a CAI by K &N already installed but the filter has been like diterated of something Nd won't fit so it falls off amd causes rpms to go way up .. were could I get a replacment air filter for my CAI that will fit? I tried there website but can't find it ? Any help would be apreciated ...
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advance, autozone, and orileys all sell K&N cone replacements
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Yeah. Just measure how wide your pipe is. Any auto parts store has them
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So just take it around to auto zone places and see if they have replacments?
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So just take it around to auto zone places and see if they have replacments?
Yeah you could or measure your intake pipe 3 1/2 or 4 inch. They should have them in stock
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yep..off brand sprectres for $25-30 and K&Ns for around $45
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Yeah you could or measure your intake pipe 3 1/2 or 4 inch. They should have them in stock
Measure the diameter of the opening ?
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yes measure the pipe or you won't know what size filter to get...too small won't fit...too big and it'll slide off
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some even come with adapters
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I'll most likely drive there and ask for some help
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All you gotta do is measure from side to side across the hole to get the diameter Then tell them what size you need
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