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MOPAR CAI - Replacement Filter Part Number?

Does anyone know what the part number is for a replacement air filter for the Mopar CAI (5.7)?

I'm trying to buy another one, but I haven't had any luck finding one.

Any help will be greatly appriciated!!

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Re: MOPAR CAI - Replacement Filter Part Number?

I know for the Ram, the Mopar intake is identical to AEM (except it's blue). You can really buy any filter. Just take all measurements. I'd buy a dry filter from AEM, aFe, or Airaid.

Why do you need a replacement? Aren't they cleanable?
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Re: MOPAR CAI - Replacement Filter Part Number?

Yes, they are cleanable.

I'd like a spare filter so I can swap them when it's time to clean it. It's probably overkill, but with a spare I wouldn't have to wait for it to dry before reinstalling it after cleaning it. I could just swap them and then clean the used one at my leasure.

I'll look for one from AEM, aFE or Airaid if I can't get one from Mopar.

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Re: MOPAR CAI - Replacement Filter Part Number?

Mp-m-1003 size is 3.5 x 7 inches.
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