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If the old air filter on a 2001 Wrangler had a sponge glued to it do you need to add this to the new filter before you install it?

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2005-09-14 02:50:03
2005-09-14 02:50:03

Nope you do not have to replace the sponge. Air filters differ a lot from different suppliers. The sponge is just added protection that is not required to run your wrangler safely.

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