A-kon: I just gave mine a twist & it popped right out. Just be careful not to touch the sensor or get any dirt of grease on it, and you'll need some sensor safe
gasketing silicone to keep it in place and sealed in the BWoody.
Thanks Scott. It was a fun project... Kinda weird that the hardest part about installing a cold air induction is the wiper fluid tank. And here's the final result:
You can sorta make out my bracket for the pump motor. I really should have gotten a pic of it before the install. It's just a piece of bar stock, I heated it, put a 90* bend in it, drilled a mounting hole and dremeled a recess on each side of it so the hose clamp won't slip. Paint it to keep the rust away, and Bob's your uncle.
I bled the system with tap water... why waste all of that valuable blue stuff?
The weakest part of the assembly is the BWoody-supplied bracket. It's plastic, and I'm concerned about it fracturing due to fatigue. I'll probably make one out of bar stock.
And finally, don't put the low-level sensor where I did. It's in the way of the mounting bracket and causes a little bit of interference with the wiper tubes.
And, might I add, I'm having a lot of fun with this intake. Along with it, I also had my TB punched out to 84mm and installed a Borla ATAK. I'm currently working with Johan to get my tune dialed in.
I've been downshifting a lot. I don't even turn on my stereo anymore.