Download 1. Disconnect the negative battery cable. Remove the oil fill cap and then lift up on the front of the engine cover to remove it from the vehicle. Replace the oil cap for now to make sure nothing falls into the valve cover during the install. 2. A) Loosen the hose clamps on the factory intake tube. B) Disconnect the crank case breather line at the valve cover, and remove the factory intake tube. C) Unfasten the 3 Factory air box clips. 3. Disconnect the Mass Air Flow, or MAF sensor (A) and the MAP sensor (B) from the factory airbox lid. 4.Turn the factory airbox lid over and locate the wire harness anchor. Using a pair of needle nose pillars, compress the ribs of the anchor and remove it. Remove the factory air filter and set it aside. 5. Join the two Airaid panels together with the folded tabs on the outside, using the four 6-32 screws (#15 ), #6 Flat washers (#14), and #6 Keps Nuts (#13). 6. Slip the Airaid Panel tabs into the slots in the factory airbox and partially install the Panel assembly onto lower half of the factory airbox as shown. Do not latch the airbox clips at this time. 7. Transfer the air sensors from the factory airbox lid into the Airaid Intake Tube(#2) as shown. Do Not Use The Factory Hardware. Secure the Mass Air Flow sensor using the two #8-32 screws (#16), and the MAP sensor using the 1/4-20x 3/4 hex head bolt (#9) and 1/4” Flat Washer (#12). 8. Place a #52 Hose Clamp (#18) onto each end of the Hump Hose (#6), and slide onto the Throttle body side of the Intake Tube as shown. Do not tighten the clamps at this time.