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Old 09-09-2009, 03:10 PM
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Re: K&N Air intake installed - but some problems!

Filter Filter would be?

Air Intake filter is brand new.
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Old 09-09-2009, 10:08 PM
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Re: K&N Air intake installed - but some problems!

I think he meant your FUEL filter filter!
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Old 09-10-2009, 06:26 PM
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Re: K&N Air intake installed - but some problems!

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I think he meant your FUEL filter filter!
I disconnected the battery yesterday for several minutes.
Reconnected battery and the rpms works great now.

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But still fuel problems i think.
Hmm, we will see tomorrow whats wrong with my fuel lines or something!
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Old 09-10-2009, 06:51 PM
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Re: K&N Air intake installed - but some problems!

Try seafoaming it too. I did it to mine. Put 1/3 through your PCV hose and then the other 2/3's in the fuel tank.
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Re: K&N Air intake installed - but some problems!

Hey Andrew, whats the install like? Any photos? I'm thinking about doing this same mod.
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Re: K&N Air intake installed - but some problems!

Very easy install, easy instructions that come with the product.
I will post pictures up soon! I actually took videos of it in action, if they are good quality.

By the way, I had some issues just now (tonight). I got in my jeep, and went to turn the key, nothing happened. NADA.... So I turn the key back, and I turn my lights on, nothing..... Then I Turn my lights on again. Flicker, flicker..... really fast. back and forth. im like. WTF? Then I start up my jeep, the engine starts up. The Rpms slowly drop down to 0 and back to 1 kinda. I think theres something wrong here. Its not my air intake. I hope they solve the problems i have been having with my jeep tomorrow. I told them exactly whats been going on, and they said theres something related with either fuel line, spark plugs, vacuum, and other things they will look at...

Anyways, let me get the videos up on my site!
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Won't give you any more power if thats what you mean?

It is said to give surfaces a better coating, but I wouldn't choose it over Mobil1.

BTW, I love the animation in your sig!
lol thanks, I like it too

my car has been running synthetic oil (mobil 1) for a little bit, and I was jsut wondering if Royal Purple actually made more of a difference than normal synthetic oil.
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Re: K&N Air intake installed - but some problems!

Video posted!
http://www.disneylandonline.com/videos/
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Re: K&N Air intake installed - but some problems!

Posted a video guys!
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Won't give you any more power if thats what you mean?

It is said to give surfaces a better coating, but I wouldn't choose it over Mobil1.

BTW, I love the animation in your sig!
I'm switching back to Mobil1 anyway.
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lol thanks, I like it too

my car has been running synthetic oil (mobil 1) for a little bit, and I was jsut wondering if Royal Purple actually made more of a difference than normal synthetic oil.
It seemed smoother for the first 500 miles. I'm just going back to Mobil1 I feel more comfortable with it.
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Re: K&N Air intake installed - but some problems!

[QUOTE=Dylans3960ccs;58192]No it really shouldn't and you might be able to set it right by un hooking the battery for a minuite or so and then hooking it back up again.[COLOR="Silver"]

with the OBDII you need to unhook the terminals then pump the brakes and pump the horn pulling all power from the memory of the computer. just un hooking the terminals will only reset your radio......
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