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reznier

99 jetta cold air intake

just bought a 4 cyl . 2.0 SOHC cold air intake from spider,

when it came in i didnt get any instructions

awesome.

anyone feel like telling me how to get all this shit swapped out? :(

moved from georgia so i cant really meet you anywhere
$HITTALKER

Re: 99 jetta cold air intake

reznier wrote:
just bought a 4 cyl . 2.0 SOHC cold air intake from spider,

when it came in i didnt get any instructions

awesome.

anyone feel like telling me how to get all this shit swapped out? :(

moved from georgia so i cant really meet you anywhere


you need to remove the air box, batt, batt tray, and whatever under body cover you have on the driver side.  After those have been removed, it should be pretty straight forward  how things go together.
reznier

wait a sec...remove the battery? :O, i took out the old air filter yesterday.. and held it in there and didnt see how to would work...same specs for my car, unless im just retarded
reznier

pretty much got this figured out... my partner here says i gotta oil the metal tube for the intake... any truth to this ? :O
$HITTALKER

reznier wrote:
pretty much got this figured out... my partner here says i gotta oil the metal tube for the intake... any truth to this ? :O


LMAO go right ahead and ignore the directions i gave you, and listen to the guy who tells you to oil the intake.
reznier

:( i followed your instructions lol... was just wondering if he was wrong or not
stuston

Don't want oil in the intake, don't want oil on the intake.  If you need help getting some of the rubber or silicone fittings to slide, use water.  If that doesn't work, put a drop of dish soap in a full bucket of water and try that.
reznier

ok plan on spending a few hours to get my intake / tail lights in 2mro...

the entire battery needs to be taken out completly and then put back in after i install in intake right?.. ended up saying fuck it to today was frustrated...

wasnt tough getting it installed in my brothers jeep what so ever...

friggin europeans... with ur badass cars that confuse me...
reznier

ok big probelm...

the throttle body is connected to a hose... that hose has a electronic heat sensor attached to it...

am i supposed to slide the pipe into that hose... or is it going to require me to cut the ocordian (sp?) and attach the metal body to that hose?

... this sucks :(
stuston

pictures are worth a thousand words
fxgolf

holy shit dude you need help in person before you make a 200 dollar mistake.  i send you a pm with my cell number give me a call on sunday afternoon and i will try to help you out. PDT_Aliboronz_20
reznier

sorry power has been out thanks to tornadoes and storms here!

here is the link to the pics ^^

Close up on electrical plug...



Pic of Intake Chilling in the Bay:

stuston

Looks like the PCV (but what do I know about the 2.0?)  Anybody got a Bently?
fxgolf

yeah that is almost certainly the pcv.
dragonfli_x

looks like you've almost got it - don't cut anything, try not to do any trimming, because it shouldn't need it - you WILL have to get under the car to attach the filter to the piping but that should be it... it is a COLD AIR INTAKE, not a "cool" or "short ram" intake, so just clamp the accordion hose to the pipe, place the end of that intake pipe through a noticeable hole right where it lines up, get underneath the car and attach the intake filter... done Smilie_PDT
reznier

so im just sliding the pipe into the tube thats already attached there.. and clamping it down?..

then hopping under the car and fitting the new filter in somehow...

or is there any trick im gonna have to do?
reznier



for tha part that is circled am i connecting anything to that or is it supposed to be attatched to anything ? ...


rawr, i love u guys
dragonfli_x

That pipe MIGHT be where you reconnect your BPV (if you had a 1.8t) but I coudl be wrong... another place for it would be the PCV valve or oil return in which case I'm not too sure (unless you removed the accordion pipe - you need to find out which steps fit best... I might have been wrong on the "leave the accordion pipe" statement... take it off, and see how it fits. that circled part of the intake might be where that blowby hose fits... check to make sure!

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