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Unread 09-21-2014, 06:53 AM   #1
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Grand Cherokee WJ high level air intake

I wanted to move my air intake away from the front of the car, but didn't really want a snorkel. So the answer was a high level air intake.
The first job was to remove the air box and blank off the original intake. Not pretty, but water and air tight and you don't see it anyway.

Next I drilled a hole in the opposite side of the airbox and fitted a bass reflex tube.

The air box can now be re assembled and fitted back into place.
Then time to remove the wipers and the plastic wiper mechanism cover. The next part is the bit where you start chopping metal with a hole saw! Just one hole in the scuttle to pass the new intake pipe through.

Replace all removed parts and you're done and it all still looks pretty standard.

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