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Old 02-12-2007, 07:15 PM   #1
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The plastic pully right by the motor mount broke that runs with the superchager. Do i have to remove the motor mount to get the bolt off the pully? I have a 1996 ssei
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which one of the pullies in this pic is the bad one

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also be sure to spin the rest of the pullies to be sure that you dont have another pulley possibly having a failure as well
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Its number nine.
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