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For those of you unaware, Mopar has you covered when looking for a Cold Air Intake kit for your 2012-2014 Wrangler

  • Designed to produce consistent, usable horsepower and torque across the RPM range of your Jeep Wrangler JK
  • Brilliant powder coated silver finish for lasting shine with minimal care
  • Proprietary Dryflow filter is easy to clean and does not require oil
  • 50 state legal



For pricing and further information please click here Jeep Wrangler Mopar Performance Cold Air Intake 3.6L (Part No: 77070052): MoparOnlineParts.com

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I just got a 2011 jk over the weekend. It is a four door unlimited sport and I am trying to find a cold air intake that would work on the 2011 and is CA smog approved.
 

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Factory warranty

How does this effect the factory warranty? I am under the understanding that most cold air intakes do not void the warranty but I have heard several different answers.
 

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How does this effect the factory warranty? I am under the understanding that most cold air intakes do not void the warranty but I have heard several different answers.
In order for any CAI factory or aftermarket to void your warranty that part within itself must be proven to be the cause of the condition. Installing a Mopar CAI does not void your warranty. Should you exceed the manufacturer's water fording limits which than can cause water to be ingested than this would be at your liability.


What conditions do you currently drive and plan to drive your Wrangler in?

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Honestly I drive it too and from work and when I do anything other than that, I cruise the beach down here or take it to the dear lease and sometimes I go in the dried up creek bed behind my house. No rock climbing or going through deep water for me, well not yet at least.
 

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Honestly I drive it too and from work and when I do anything other than that, I cruise the beach down here or take it to the dear lease and sometimes I go in the dried up creek bed behind my house. No rock climbing or going through deep water for me, well not yet at least.
You should have no worries then. Keep in mind both Mopar Accessories & Mopar Performance parts are tested through everyday and extreme conditions.

Your Wrangler will not be any less capable with this equipped.

Please let us know if you have any other questions and be sure to enjoy the drive!

-Benny
 

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The instructions state not intended for water fording or severe dust/sand. Does this mean it can't be used off road or on dirt roads?
 

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The CAI will decrease the vehicles water fording abilities compared to stock so if this is a concern I would look for a different solution. Severe sand and dust would be considered continuous use in these elements and would require cleaning more often. I would not be concerned driving a dirt trail or back country road.

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I have one and I definitely felt the difference by the seat of my pants evaluation method. However, what is the standard method to clean the CAI filter and when is it recommended? After every wheeling trip or only if there were dusty conditions?
 

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I have one and I definitely felt the difference by the seat of my pants evaluation method. However, what is the standard method to clean the CAI filter and when is it recommended? After every wheeling trip or only if there were dusty conditions?
If you off-road or live in dusty conditions I would say every 1k miles. Other than that every other oil change is fine.

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