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Truck came with CAI. Need to clean but don't know brand? What is recommended or best product to clean filter. Thanks!
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Is it a dry or oiled filter? If its oiled you can clean it but if its dry you would need a new filter. I would not have another oiled filter on a turbo diesel.


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Thanks for the feedback, it does not appear oiled. I had a K&N couple years ago and does not appear like it did. Really have not done a close inspection i have not had truck long. Assuming it's dry will any brand fit it based on make model of truck. How often are these filters required to be changed.
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Is it a dry or oiled filter? If its oiled you can clean it but if its dry you would need a new filter. I would not have another oiled filter on a turbo diesel.


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You can take a air hose and blow the the filter clean at a 45 degree angle from the outside. Also "wet" filters usually flow better.
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