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Posted: 07/31/20 12:06pm Link  |  Quote  |  Print  |  Notify Moderator

lryrob9301 wrote:

Think you should look at the bottom of your air filter canister, there should be a a small water drain hole. I know mine has one.


Correct!
I have the intake at same location. No water issues.


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mchero wrote:

lryrob9301 wrote:

Think you should look at the bottom of your air filter canister, there should be a a small water drain hole. I know mine has one.


Correct!
I have the intake at same location. No water issues.


And, should have a "duck bill" on it. The get old and brittle and if so, need to be replaced.


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Looking at my air intake box at the left rear I see the hose is at the top of the box making it harder for the water to get sucked in. What water does get sucked in drains at the filter.

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