12 - 17 hp
By installing an cold air intake on a mustang
my air is cold, and car does not overheat but the fan does not work
Almost any cold air intake system you buy will come with complete instructions for that unit.
no, you only have one intake therefore you can only modify it one way. the short ram intake will most likely be a shorter edition of the cold air intake.
take and remove your stock intake and bolt ur new one up easy
A person may install a Dodge Ram Cold Air Intake device on their vehicle in order to improve vehicle performance. They provide better acceleration and fuel use.
I did not install an AEM cold air intake into a 2005 Jetta GLi.
you probably blew your MAF sensor on the intake. its $550 at any Nissan dealer. good luck. and don't install no other "cold air intakes" on your car. you wont get anything out of your car with those.... look it just cost you 550 dolllars
TRY THE AIRCONDITIONING BELT
None, you have to fabricate a custom one.
there are plenty of "How-To's" for home made CAI's (Cold Air Intake) at Neon enthusiast forums (NeonTuners.com and Neons.org are IMO the best examples)
Anywhere from 525 to 750 is good when buying a new battery. The more the better.
contaminants in system, over charged bad metering devise
starting with the redesigned 1998 altima the engine crankshaft was balanced much better to reduce vibration. we have a 1993 and a 1999 altima with the same engine and the 1999 is so smooth at idle i sometimes can't tell if it's running.
there is only one cold air intake for them unless you make your own its made by k&n and it sucks dont get it have some one make you one cause that is what i did
Most likely a rattle from that area in the engine bay when cold that subsides somewhat when engine gets warm.
all depends on the cold air kit you have chosen but if you go to the web site of the manufactuer there is usually a pdf file you can download and get the complete install walk through
why is my 2006 Altima blowing cold air when not in motion , example stop light or as soon as it is idling even when it has ran for a long time and the engine is warm. The controls for the "doors"(vent covers that direct the air)are run by vacuum. There cold be a vacuum leak of one of the doors is stuck.
Go with fully synthetic 5W30 (year-round). My Altima has 225K miles and I never had a problem with the car. During extremely cold winter months, I've used fully synthetic 5W20. I recommend Valvoline or Mobil1.
Poor circulation from a restricted/plugged heater core. Try flushing it.
Sounds to me like a cracked head and or a blown head gasket, i had a similar problem but it was on a Saturn
When did you install a cold air intake in my car and why? I don't know what I could have done to cause the problem since I did not install it. The problem is you have messed up the fuel-air ratio somehow.
I guess you're asking about an after market intake? It should be easy. 1. Go to parts store...buy appropriate intake kit. 2. Follow manufacturers installation instructions