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1992-1999 Series I L27 (1992-1994 SE,SLE, SSE) & Series II L36 (1995-1999 SE, SSE, SLE) and common problems for the Series I and II L67 (all supercharged models 92-99) Including Olds 88's, Olds LSS's and Buick Lesabres Please use General Chat for non-mechanical issues, and Performance and Brainstorming for improvements.

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Old 09-25-2007, 03:45 PM   #11
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Dealerships can't get supercharger parts, so they can only put a new one on at great cost. All the info you need is here, much of it in Techinfo to do it yourself for $200 or so. Or get a rebuilt from Canadian Supercharger for something like $600. Yours is still functioning, just making noise and probably sapping a little more power than normal.
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Thats correct Mr Wikhofff, So were is a good place to get the bearings? Thanks
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Anyone have a list of parts for this job, I hope this works or the old bonnie might be looking for a new home
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2 rotor bearings
Nosedrive rebuild kit (with nitrile seal, nosedrive bearings, proper gasket maker, and enough oil)
SC outlet basket
TB gasket
Coolant bypass orings
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And one bottle of SC oil. Don't forget the red gasket maker either.
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This all sounds good, I pulled off the supercharger, Hope I can remember were everything goes. What would everyone recomend, should I replace the whole unit with a refurb from Canadian superchargers, or buy all these parts, I at a stand still not sure what I want to do, thanks
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Do you have access to a press to do the bearings? If not, buy a rebuilt and sell yours as likely rebuildable on eBay. If you do it yourself, don't forget a new coupler.
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This is fairly easy to rebuild. Plus an M62 is 100 times easier than an M90 because the inlet and outlets are paralell instead of angled to each other. Etc etc.

Since the charger is off the car. Turn the pulley back and forth.. that'* the coupler you feel slopping around. Many times all you need is a coupler. Any resistance from the bearings?
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Alright heres the update, the supercharger is off the car, I removed the snout and theres the wonderful coupling still on the gear perfectly tight, So I goe further in and spin the gears without the coupler and the noise is still there, Looks like it must be the bearings on the other end, So I decided not to play with it anymore and buy a new unit, I got one from a link on this club, Canada Superchargers, Price was fairly descent since the dollar to dollar is almost par for us Canadians, Plus they give a lifetime warranty so I cant go wrong, thanks alot everyone for your input and as always this place is great, hopefully the reinstall goes good. thanks all
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