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This is a discussion on Passenger side question within the General Maintenance, Troubleshooting & Accidents. forums, part of the Tech & Modifying & General Repairs category; 04 wrx, changing plugs. Driver side went fine but spaced it about my aps cold air jntake. It looks like ...

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    Passenger side question

    04 wrx, changing plugs. Driver side went fine but spaced it about my aps cold air jntake. It looks like it will need to be removed to replace passenger side spark plugs am I correct?

    Thanks in advance

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    I've always removed the intake for PS spark plugs. Even if you can do it without removing, it makes it easier.
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    Quote Originally Posted by EJ257 View Post
    I've always removed the intake for PS spark plugs. Even if you can do it without removing, it makes it easier.
    Damn.. Alright I wasn't the one who insalled cai, is there any guides on how to do it? Or is it simple?

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    Quote Originally Posted by randomusername
    Damn.. Alright I wasn't the one who insalled cai, is there any guides on how to do it? Or is it simple?
    Pretty simple.

    Remove front passenger wheel
    Remove enough fender liner push-pins to access wheel well to remove filter (now would be a good time to perform a cleaning)
    Remove MAF (now would be a good time to perform a cleaning)
    Remove hose clamp connecting intake / Post-MAF hose
    Remove bracket screws securing it to the fender wall
    Guide intake out of fender opening

    Any other steps will be relatively obvious to you when you look at it. It's been a while since I've installed/removed an APS intake...
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    Quote Originally Posted by EJ257 View Post
    Pretty simple.

    Remove front passenger wheel
    Remove enough fender liner push-pins to access wheel well to remove filter (now would be a good time to perform a cleaning)
    Remove MAF (now would be a good time to perform a cleaning)
    Remove hose clamp connecting intake / Post-MAF hose
    Remove bracket screws securing it to the fender wall
    Guide intake out of fender opening

    Any other steps will be relatively obvious to you when you look at it. It's been a while since I've installed/removed an APS intake...
    Thanks I appreciate the help

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