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K&N® 57-1570 Air Intake System for 2014-2015 Jeep Grand Cherokee 3.0L V6 EcoDiesel

Designed to be compatible with 2014-2015 Jeep Grand Cherokee 3.0L V6 turbocharged EcoDiesel models, the K&N® 57-1570 Air Intake System provides a guaranteed increase in horsepower and torque for power-conscious Jeep owners.

2014 Jeep Grand Cherokee EcoDiesel

2014 Jeep Grand Cherokee EcoDiesel

The 2015 Jeep Grand Cherokee 3.0L V6 turbo EcoDiesel engine offers 240 horsepower with a significant 420 lb-ft of torque, and a best-in-class towing capacity of 7,400 lbs. The new model also features an eight-speed automatic transmission, hill ascent control, and 21/28/24 mpg fuel economy. Owners benefit from the EcoDiesel engine’s superior torque and fuel economy when compared to traditional gasoline engines, and a near 730-mile range between fill-ups.

The 3.0L V6 turbo engine provides a modest amount of power, but is paired with a stock air intake system that may cause unnecessary air turbulence and slow the volume of airflow reaching the engine.

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The 57-1570 features a powder-coated heat shield

The K&N 57-1570 air intake system is a free-flowing, high-density polyethylene tube air induction system engineered to replace the factory air filter and air intake housing. K&N roto-molded HDPE intake tubes are meticulously designed to be aerodynamic, and when paired with the included High-Flow Air Filter™ can increase airflow to your engine by up to 50%. The oversized conical air filter allows for up to 100,000 miles between cleanings under normal highway driving conditions, and is washable, durable, and reusable. When your filter is due for a cleaning, the K&N Recharger® Kit (99-5000) contains everything you’ll need to quickly and easily wash away contaminants and restore your filter’s performance.

The 57-1570 system also offers a black powder-coated aluminum heat shield, protecting the air filter and intake air from the high temperatures radiating from the engine. The air intake tube funnels airflow directly into the engine’s throttle body for a guaranteed increase in horsepower and torque.

Engine bay after installation of the 57-1570

Engine bay after installation of the 57-1570

Installation of your new air intake system can typically be completed in 90 minutes or less, as the kit utilizes existing factory mounting points, incorporates the factory mass air sensor, and requires only basic hand tools. Since the intake system allows for the removal of unnecessary stock air intake components, your engine bay will be left with a cleaner appearance after installation.

The 57-1570 after installation

The 57-1570 after installation, featuring the K&N High-Flow Air Filter

The results are notable—on a chassis dynamometer, a 2014 Jeep Grand Cherokee 3.0L V6 turbo EcoDiesel with the stock air intake was recorded at 204.65-hp at 2,900rpm, and after installation of the 57-1570 the same vehicle was recorded at 217.32-hp at 2,900rpm—an estimated increase of 12.67-hp. The torque was also improved from 348.34 lb-ft on the stock air intake to 379.28 lb-ft with the 57-1570—a total estimated increase in torque of 30.94 lb-ft at 2,600rpm. You can buy with confidence under the 10-Year/Million Mile Limited Warranty—and the knowledge that you’re guaranteed an increase in horsepower and torque.

The 57-1570 is designed for use in the following vehicles:

2014-2015 Jeep Grand Cherokee 3.0L V6 Diesel Engine: All Models


Will using a K&N® replacement air intake system void my factory warranty?

No. In the United States, in order for the manufacturer of a warranted product to void or deny warranty coverage of a repair due to the use of an aftermarket part, the manufacturer must provide proof that the aftermarket part is the cause of the necessary repair. These rights are protected under the Consumer Products Warranty Act of 1975 (also referred to as the Magnuson-Moss Warranty Act).

Are K&N® performance air intake systems or RK-series custom air cleaner assemblies emissions legal in the U.S.?

Performance intake systems are legal for street use in most areas of the United States.

In California, and in specific regions which have adopted California air quality regulations, only CARB-exempt performance intakes are legal for street use.

Check the K&N catalog or website for vehicle applications and specific CARB status for each vehicle and air intake.

Can a K&N® product cause my Check Engine Light or Service Light to come on?

It is possible that the Check Engine Light may come on after installing a K&N air filter or performance intake system. This does not necessarily mean that there is something wrong with your air filter or intake; sometimes, the higher air flow and lower restriction provided by the K&N product will uncover an existing mechanical or electronic issue with your vehicle. In rare cases, you may have a K&N product which was manufactured outside of its design tolerances, causing sensors in your vehicle to read data outside of their normal expected values. In either case, the K&N Warranty Department can work with you to narrow down the cause of the Check Engine Light and correct the issue.

How much horsepower does a K&N® cold air intake add?

Dynamometer tests indicating horsepower and torque increases over the OEM intake system will appear on the "Product Details" page for each of our performance intake systems.

What does a cold air intake do for a car?

Cold air intakes allow for increased airflow to your engine, which results in an increase in torque and acceleration for your vehicle.

Can cold air intakes improve gas mileage?

In theory, a cold air intake could increase the gas mileage of your vehicle due to improved airflow which allows the engine to run more efficiently and require less fuel. However, K&N does not make any guarantees in terms of increased gas mileage with the use of our filters or intakes.

*Some intake systems are not legal for sale or use on any pollution controlled motor vehicle in California or states adopting California emission procedures. See for CARB status on each part for a specific vehicle.

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