The best Airaid Intake Installation Nissan Titan 2004-2009 Reviews Coupon Promotional Codes 2019

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Installation Video
Part Number 520-152
2004-09 Nissan Titan / Armada /
Infiniti QX56 56L V-8

Tools Required For Installation:
Flat Head Screwdriver
Phillips Head Screwdriver
10mm socket
3/32, 5/32 Allen Wrench
Ratchet & Extension

1 Disconnect the negative battery cable Loosen the hose clamp on the factory intake tube
Disconnect the Mass Air Flow (MAF) sensor wiring harness from the sensor, and unclip the harness from
the air box lid
2 Unclip the factory air box lid from the factory air box base, and remove it from the engine compart-
ment Remove the factory air filter from the air box base Using a 10mm socket, remove two bolts from
the air box base (save for reuse)
3 Using a Phillips head screwdriver, remove two screws and the MAF sensor from the factory air box
lid Save the sensor for reuse
4 Remove the factory air box base from the vehicle Using a flat blade screwdriver, unsnap and remove
the factory tube from inside the air box base Re-install the factory air box base and the bolts into the
vehicle, without the tube
5 Assemble the Airaid Quick Fit Panels (#2, #3) using four 6-32 x 5/16 screws (#6), #6 flat washers
(#7), and 6-32 keps nuts (#8) Next, install the air filter adapter (#4) using two ¼-20 x ½ button head
bolts (#9), and ¼ flat washers (#10)
6 Using two 8-32 x ½ SS button head screws (#11), reinstall the factory MAF sensor into the air
filter adapter
7 Remove the clip from the factory air box lid and install it in the Quick Fit Panels as shown
8 Install the Quick Fit Panel assembly onto the factory air box base using the factory clips Slip the
factory intake tube over the air filter adapter, and then tighten the factory hose clamp
9 Reconnect the MAF sensor wiring harness to the sensor Mount the factory wiring harness clip into
the hole in the Airaid Quick Fit panel
10 Install the Airaid Premium Filter (#1) onto the air filter adapter, and tighten the hose clamp Install the weather strip (#5) onto the Quick Fit Panels as shown (Note: Start at one corner and work your way around to the end to insure proper alignment of the weather strip)
11 Double check your work! Make sure there is no foreign material in the intake path Make sure all clamps, hoses, bolts, and screws are tight
12 Reconnect the negative battery cable!

Included with your Airaid Intake System is a sticker with a California Air Resources Board (CARB) Executive Order (EO) number This sticker must be placed in plain view inside of the engine compartment Failure to do so may prevent you from passing a smog inspection .

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4 thoughts on “The best Airaid Intake Installation Nissan Titan 2004-2009 Reviews Coupon Promotional Codes 2019

  1. You wont notice any power gains or miles per gallon. Sometimes even a loss of performance and MPG has been found. Nissan on their flagship vehicle always designs their intakes to be the most optimal. With this thing all i see is going from a factory filter that has a larger surface area to draw air in to a filter with a smaller surface area that makes more noise for the "cool" factor. Instead of doing all this and changing all the engineering that a team of hard working engineers took months to many years to perfect. Just pop in a high flow K&N filter in there. The Armada already has a built in Cold air intake. Look to the right of your own Armada's filter box……. the gaping hole with a pneumatic flap is a cold air intake. It opens it when it needs cooler air or you smash the gas. Also keeps it closed when there is to much water coming in.

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