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Old 04-30-2006, 12:21 AM   #1
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Default Supercharger coupler changed!!!

Hello everyone.........just a quick update on my previous posts.....We got the */c coupler changed and so far so good.........runs like a dream....no idling up and down.....purrs as smooth as a kitten........As for the other problems I posted earlier...Im just waiting to see if they arise again. I havent changed the icm/coils yet.........checked them though and cleaned them. Im just going to wait and see if this fixes it. THANKS for all your help.
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All of my issues are back.........changed icm/coils. thermostat still no help........any more ideas?
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First of all, a supercharger coupler will have absolutely no effect on drivability or how the car runs or idles. NONE.

Second of all.....all WHAT problems? There are dozens of new topics a day, so you're either going to have to continue your old topic, and we'll lock this one, or link us to the old one, or re-hash all your symptoms.
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Never mind. I was just notified that there IS indeed another topic regarding this. Please use that topic.

In the meantime, I'll re-iterate that a supercharger coupler makes a little noise when it wears. NO OTHER SYMPTOMS OR CONDITIONS.
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