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I need to replace my air intake hose is this something i can do myself? Or should I take it to a proffesional?

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  • Anonymous Apr 21, 2009

    Yes I do I looked it up online but I have no idea How to replace it.

    I took it to the mazda dealer and they said its 160.00 to replace it which seems to me like that really expensive.

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    yadayada May 11, 2010

    do u know what an air intake hose is??

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No DIY, look carefully and get the right replacement.
My experience with Mazda is that the original part is best.

But if you have no car experience stay away from any jobs.
The thing is can stall dangerously inconveniantly where you don't like it. Then better wash your car.

Then there is the insurance clause if they prove it was your unqualified hand leading to something.

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