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post #1 of 10 (permalink) Old 05-29-2013, 12:55 AM Thread Starter
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question about aFe intakes

Hello guys,

As I am working on my xk change over I decided to go for (Afe 51-10252) intake kit. I have a V8 4.7L XK limited and I want to ask a question before I go ahead. My question is, do I need to do reprogramming after I change my stock intake with the new aFe intake kit? I really hope to find an answer for this..

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Nope but a superchips would likely help, also when you install make sure to reset the adaptive a by removing negative battery cable for at least 30 sec while turning key to on.

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Nope but a superchips would likely help, also when you install make sure to reset the adaptive a by removing negative battery cable for at least 30 sec while turning key to on.
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aFe intake

Hello guys. Just wondering which aFe intake kit is compatibls with
Jeep commander 2008 4.7L limited Gas. I make a search and in some sites
They said no aFe kit compatible with this xk model Android only in amazon I found kit number 51-10252 but aFepower.com its mentioned that this kit is for models till2007. So does this kit fit 2008 commander and if not which aFe kit is good for me or there is not?
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aFepower 54-10252.

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I am really got confused about this aFe intake. First I have jeep commander 2008 4.7L limited. I do a lot of researches to choose the best aFe intake and I found 2 type of aFe (51-10252, 54-10252) that are fit for jeep commander but what irritates me and makes me very confused that from my search I found two opposite opinions. Some dealers including amazon are listing these 2 kits as fit for jeep commander 2008 and on the other hand many dealers are saying that the 2 kits are fit for xk 06-07 ((((only)))). So please I really want to hear from any one who can help me about this confusing issue.:i con_confused:
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Here is aFe Power's tech #

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951-493-7100

They may have not updated their data base to cover > 2007's.

I wouldn't think they changed to dramatically during those years, but you could stop by a Chrysler/ Jeep dealer and ask them.

Hey didn't you just post this same question ? ; https://www.jeepcommander.com/forums/...ad.php?t=21353

You may want to go back and delete it so you don't confuse anyone with a duplicate thread.

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Hello guys. Just wondering which aFe intake kit is compatibls with
Jeep commander 2008 4.7L limited Gas.
I make a search and in some sites
They said no aFe kit compatible with this xk model Android only in amazon I found kit number 51-10252 but aFepower.com its mentioned that this kit is for models till2007. So does this kit fit 2008 commander and if not which aFe kit is good for me or there is not?
I know this is an old post, and from the looks of your profile and your lack of activity since October 2015, I'm guessing you are long gone.

But as a show of good faith on my part, here goes a Hail Mary......

https://www.jeepcommander.com/forums/...tml#post413114

Long story short, in 2017 - this is the correct part # for the 2008 4.7L engine (Flex Fuel or Gas the part number is the same)

AFE Magnum Force Stage 2 Intake System with Pro 5R Filter; (AFE Part # 54-12602)


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AFE offers two versions of their kits. Generally the 51 part numbers are dry filter kits while the 54 part numbers are the wet oiled filters.
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AFE offers two versions of their kits. Generally the 51 part numbers are dry filter kits while the 54 part numbers are the wet oiled filters.
Yep, fair enough.

I just put the part number of the one I have installed - because I know it fits the 2008 4.7L which is what the O.P. was asking about.


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Yes, I prefer the wet kits as well.
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