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Snorkel replacement How to replace it?

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Dont need to replace it unless you really want to put in the work and spend money

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1. Remove the air snorkel which runs from the air filter box to the intake manifold.
2. Have a partner to hold the throttle to the floor (engine OFF).
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i believe the map censer is part of your snorkel that goes from ur air filter to ur throttle body,, when u buy this part u will see it on ur car..disconnect the plug,,loosen the claps,,take old one out ,,put new one in,,hope it helped

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