Originally Posted by valerka
Now i am scared, so are you suggesting to take thw whole SC off would be better rather then taking off the nose cone?
Yep, it'* easier to just take off the whole supercharger. Maybe this isn't the case for the newer supercharged models, but in my experience it is the case on the '92/'93 models.
If you know how to perform your own tuneups, etc., removing the supercharger won't be too difficult for you. Just take your time.
The oil in the nose doesn't have to be drained before the supercharger is removed; the oil in the nose is self-contained. You can remove the drain plug (on the top rear of the nose) with an allen wrench and then use a syringe to siphon it out before you remove the nose from the supercharger body, or you can simply let the oil run out of the mating surface while you're removing the nose from the body. That oil will be very smelly - smells kinda like fish.
Removing and reinstalling the belt involves turning the spring-loaded nut on the belt tensioner pulley clockwise with one hand until there'* enough slack in the belt to remove (or reinstall) it with the other hand and then slowly letting the nut return to its prior at-rest position. This is the easiest part of what you'll need to do.