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What is the name of the plastic tube like part that is attached to the air filter compartment

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  • Mindy Rivera Feb 15, 2012

    Is it the same as a cold air intake?

  • Eric Amacher Feb 15, 2012

    It would be the same location as a CAI, cold air intakes are aftermarket add-ons.

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Air cleaner duct:-)

Posted on Feb 15, 2012

  • Mindy Rivera Feb 15, 2012

    Is it the same as the cold air intake? I can't seem to find any parts under Air cleaner duct

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