8. Now it’s time to assemble the JLT intake. Do this BEFORE you install it into the engine bay.
9. As you look at the new tube, you will see one end has a billet flange with the letters "JLT" engraved into it. That end will connect to the air filter. Slip the new clamp and filter onto the billet flange and slightly tighten so that it can be adjusted later. Make sure to not cover the MAF sensor opening on the flange and that the clamps will be accessible later on to be tightened in place.
10. On the other end of the tube, slip on the other new clamp and 90 degree rubber elbow. It will be very tight but it makes for a good seal. Tighten the clamp but leave some slack in it to be adjusted later.
11. Attach the PCV rubber tube to the fitting on the bottom of the intake tube. You do not need to clamp this.
12. Using the #20 Torx driver bit, remove the 2 screws holding the MAF sensor to the stock intake. Reattach the stock screws to the stock intake because they will not be used on the new intake. Using the 2 new screws, attach the MAF sensor to its new spot on the JLT intake.Note:Make sure the wording on the outside of the sensor is not upside down. Check to make sure the word "flow” on the JLT CAI is going toward the throttle body.
13. With everything together, place the intake into the groove of the heat shield and attach the 90 degree elbow with the last clamp to the throttle body. This is tricky because the elbow is not used to being an oval and the clamp must be completely loosened up to allow the elbow to expand to the throttle body. Also make sure your clamp will be accessible to be tightened once you've completed this.