Our cars use an air density system (MAP-manifold absolute pressure), not Mass Air Flow sensors like Ford & Chevy.. So the car runs better the cooler and denser the air is. Hot or humid air makes them run sluggishly.
I had the Mopar CAI on my 2013 V6, it made lots of GOOD noise, and while cruising on the highway it would run within 5 degrees of the outside ambient air temp. So on a 95 F summer day the air inlet temp (AIT) would read 100 F. Stop at one long stoplight on the same 95 F summer day and the AIT would soar to 140F because it was mostly getting hot under hood air. It could take up to 3 minutes of driving without stopping to get it down below 115 F-- If I got caught at another light it would shoot right back up to 140 F or more.
I switched to the closed box AFE Momentum GT and installed the Hellcat air tube (that took some serious hacking of the headlight on the 2013 model) . On the highway it ran within 2 degrees of ambient and at a long light would only climb up to 110 F, rapidly dropping back down once the car was moving. -- I use these on both of my 2016's (no headlight mangling is required on 2015 and up models).