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What tools were needed for the install?
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Re: bwoody CAI system

I ended up putting a vinyl universal "T" into the line to run both pumps that are in the 2014 tank. Then mounting the low washer sensor into the tank that they provide, this will supply fluid to the rear and front. I have stock function but the tank is small. Also I did use their supplied wire harness and my low washer fluid light is on. Gotta rewire that when I get home this time. A huge amount of tape and wire loom has to be removed and I am too lazy to do it, should have checked it before I gobbed it up with tape.
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I ended up putting a vinyl universal "T" into the line to run both pumps that are in the 2014 tank. Then mounting the low washer sensor into the tank that they provide, this will supply fluid to the rear and front. I have stock function but the tank is small. Also I did use their supplied wire harness and my low washer fluid light is on. Gotta rewire that when I get home this time. A huge amount of tape and wire loom has to be removed and I am too lazy to do it, should have checked it before I gobbed it up with tape.
I tried the Universal "T" n wasn't able to get the headlight washer to work.. Matter fact when I connected the "T" it wasn't pulling the fluid at all..
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Re: bwoody CAI system

It took a little fiddling to get it to spray consistently. I had to cut the T down on both sides for a bigger flow path, deburred it so nothing would go into the pumps and then I also had to play with where I put the pumps. After screwing around for about an hour I got it to spray well and consistently. Since both of these pumps are in the bottom of the tank I believe that they depend on a large hydrostatic pressure of the tank to feed them. I shortened the lines as much as I could to minimize how much they have to pull. Smaller reservoir does not allow as much feed pressure to them either I think.
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It took a little fiddling to get it to spray consistently. I had to cut the T down on both sides for a bigger flow path, deburred it so nothing would go into the pumps and then I also had to play with where I put the pumps. After screwing around for about an hour I got it to spray well and consistently. Since both of these pumps are in the bottom of the tank I believe that they depend on a large hydrostatic pressure of the tank to feed them. I shortened the lines as much as I could to minimize how much they have to pull. Smaller reservoir does not allow as much feed pressure to them either I think.
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Welcome, I hope it works and gets you squared away
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