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    The cold air intakes are nice but in winter my 2015 200s awd did not IDILE very well

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    That rubber plug snaps into the inner fender above the tire. Just reach through the bottom of the filter housing and you should be able to feel the hole you need to plug. As far as the CAI itself I'm super happy with mine, I also did a custom exhaust with it as well and I love the sound / performance.

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    Quote Originally Posted by Bob Paris View Post
    I installed the Mopar CAI kit on my car but could not figure out where to put the 3-1/4" black rubber oval plug [call out # 7 on the parts list] that is stamped "MOPAR 68266701-AA EPDM" Any ideas?
    Yes! The oval shaped rubber plug is used to block a hole. This hole is located down and to the rear of the old intake area you removed sort of near the left front wheel. You can see that the air comes in from the front of the car and turns up into the air intake. This hole is located where the up turn is. It's on a flat vertical surface towards the rear.

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    Third time is the charm. I tried twice to locate where the plug goes based on suggestions read here but could not find the area. Tried again the other day and voila! Felt the oval cutout and snapped in the plug! Thank you.

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    I have the Mopar CAI, if you're planning on getting into a stage 1 tune, you want it. If you just want a better intake, do this
    1. Order a 180° bend 4"(not sure on measurements) pipe and a 45° bend pipe.
    2. Order a universal cone
    3. Take the pipes to a weld or fab shop, weld and trim, and drill a 1" hole in the 180, insert grommet.
    4. pull the entire intake up to the throttle body, replace with the cone and the new pipe using old (if you wanna save) couplers, plug the air sensor into the hole on the 180,
    Pipes $40
    Labor $60
    Filter $50
    This will be a much more noticeable improvement compared to the mopar. And less than half the price.

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    Quote Originally Posted by Tarance View Post
    I have the Mopar CAI, if you're planning on getting into a stage 1 tune, you want it. If you just want a better intake, do this
    1. Order a 180° bend 4"(not sure on measurements) pipe and a 45° bend pipe.
    2. Order a universal cone
    3. Take the pipes to a weld or fab shop, weld and trim, and drill a 1" hole in the 180, insert grommet.
    4. pull the entire intake up to the throttle body, replace with the cone and the new pipe using old (if you wanna save) couplers, plug the air sensor into the hole on the 180,
    Pipes $40
    Labor $60
    Filter $50
    This will be a much more noticeable improvement compared to the mopar. And less than half the price.
    You have tested this set up vs the mopar CAI ?
    2015 200S 3.6 AWD
    Mopar CAI
    Mopar cat back
    05281803aa lower intake
    BBK throttle body
    Unlocked PCM
    Player3 ECM and TCM tune

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