So I was driving home and I stepped on the gas and something felt very wrong. Initially I thought I had lost first gear since there was NO power, and I barely sqeaked the tires full throttle. I looked at my boost, and it read 0 PSI.
I got home, and put the supercharger belt back on (it came off, and it wasn't mangled...it was just there off the pullies).
Is this something that can happen? It has been very wet outside and I'm sure the belt could easily have been soaked with water. Just making sure I don't have a mechanical issue I should be checking into.
1996 Pontiac Bonneville SSEi - 190, 000KM - L67 3800 - 2.93 Final Gear Ratio
- Rebuilt 4T60-HD w/transgo shift kit, 3.4" ZZP MPS, Oversized tensioner, NGK TR6'* @0.55", Belden Premiums, Magnaflow F-Body Muffler, Magnaflow Hi-Flow Cat. & resonator delete, CAI W/K&N RX-4750, Drilled 180 T-stat, Aeroforce Scan Gauge, Pioneer DEH-P7800MP, MTX Thunder Dome TDX6902 6x9'* on Rear Deck. MB Quart 6.5 up front. MTX 12" Sledgehammer w/custom ported box, 35% Tint all the way around.
1989 Pontiac Bonneville SSE
- 222, 000KM - LN3 3800 - 2.97 Final Gear Ratio - RETIRED