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post #1 of 11 (permalink) Old 01-19-2008, 12:28 PM Thread Starter
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HOW to remove intake TOP

How do you remove the intake cover that sits on the intake. Is their screws or pop ups. Reason is that im at work and its -1 degree outside and Im wanting to bid on a intake tube on ebay. So any info within the hour would be great. Thanks
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There are 2 clips. Very easy. No tools needed.

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Are they on the sides because I seen 1 by the air intake box but did seen one anywhere else. SO no tools. Like it snaps in and out.
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theres one in the front and one in back and yes it kinda snaps on, it is not that easy to get off
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OK, maybe I should have stated the top where the throttle body is. It attaches to it then goes to the air box.
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...it is not that easy to get off
Mine is easy to get off. Both of my clips are in the front.

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Hey jeep5253 im trying to remove the one by the throttle body. It attaches to it then goes to the air box. The whole section that hides the rest of the intake tube going to the THROTTLE BODY>
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any help guys. I dont want to break it and would like to still do a after market intake but with the cover. thanks but if it doesnt work then at least I can install it back to the way it was.
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There is a bolt on the back side somewhere. You're trying to take off the tube that leads from the airbox to the intake right?
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Here's a thread that might help. If you look at the fifth pic down, the one that shows the engine coolant tank in it, look directly to the left of the intake, there's is a bolt that screws in from the top. The bolt is missing in the pic, but you can tell where there was one. Hope this helps.
https://www.jeepcommander.com/forums/...ghlight=intake
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