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2017 Explorer sport cold air intake issue

Discussion in 'Modified 2011- 2019 Explorer Sport Tuning' started by Mlim_556, December 31, 2017.

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      Mlim_556 New Member

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      I have a Windstorm cold air intake installed in my 2017 sport. It makes a weird popping noise when accelerating. It doesn't matter if it's full throttle or gradual acceleration. It happens low speed as well as highway speeds. Anyone experience this noise on an aftermarket intake?
       
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      Is it a swoosh popping sound? From the BOV's?
       
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      I don't hear a swooshing noise, just popping. I doubt it's the bov because it'll do it when I am feathering the throttle, or increasing speed gradually
       
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      Any check engine lights? Is the IAT sensor plugged in?
       
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      No check engine lights, and everything is plugged in
       

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