How to Install Airaid Throttle Body Spacer

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Installation Steps

This video depicts an Airaid Cold Air Intake being installed on a Chevy Silverado. Although this video is representative of most vehicles, the installation process may vary slightly for your particular vehicle.

  1. Separate the air intake tube from the throttle body.
  2. Remove the factory mounts that will be replaced with the Airaid system.
  3. Use the 10mm female torque socket to remove the factory torque bolts.
  4. Align the throttle body spacer so it points toward the intake.
  5. Assemble the Airaid replacement gasket.
  6. Place the newly assembled gasket between the throttle body and the throttle body spacer.
  7. Carefully slide in the bolts to hold it together, and fit it against the intake.
  8. Tighten down all bolts.
  9. Replace the air intake tube.
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