19. Line up the bolt holes in the bracket with the holes in the metal plugs below it. Insert the supplied bolts and tight them. Downward pressure on the bracket will keep the plugs from turning in the holes and allow the bolts to be tightened using a ratchet with 10mm socket or a 10mm wrench.
20. On the top of the bracket there is a U-shaped gap that will accept the rubber grommet from the old air box. The grommet was on the top of the old airbox - just pull it off and slip it into position and tighten the bolt that holds it in place. My car was missing the bolt I still need to replace it.
21. Reconnect the wiring for the mass air flow sensor in the opposite way it was disconnected. The plugs only fit one way so look closely at them before attempting to reconnect them.
22. Locate the rubber coupling that has two different size ends. Slip the small band clamp onto the small end then fit the end over the throttle body. If it doesn’t want to go on try a little universal lubricant - spit - on the rubber coupling. Tighten the band clamp to hold the coupling in place making sure to orient the clamp in a convenient direction.
23. Insert the final tube between the two couplings making sure to first put band clamps in place on each end. Slip the tube in place orienting it like shown in the photo. Sliding something smooth like a screwdriver blade along the edge of the rubber coupler can help it slip into place. Be careful not to score or tear the rubber. Don’t tighten the clamps until you have reconnected the intake air temperature sensor and the hose connecting the oil filler neck to the intake tract. As I mentioned earlier I opted to reuse the hose because it was in great condition and prevent to a convenient shape.