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Old 01-06-2006, 10:53 AM   #11

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Labeling is the best way to go. However things like the fuel injector connectors are/should be labeled already. A tip another member passed on to me was to spray a small amount of silicone lubricant at the base of each injector before removing them. It helps get them out.

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Originally Posted by brnvs
I thought i had remembered hearing that it was easier to remove the supercharger. I'm fairly new at doing mechanical things myself- i've done water pumps and things of that sort but was a bit intimidated (to be honest) at dealing with the fuel system (release fuel pressure, remove fuel rail). Anyhow, i got everything on Will'* list ($68 including the gasket sealer and two bottles of the SC oil, gaskets...) and so i guess i'm prepared for removing the supercharger.

People on here make it sound pretty simple to remove the SC- just remove the fuel rail, etc. There are quite a few steps on Autozone'* walkthrough, but it looks like their main thing is being careful to label all the wires and cables. And heck, if it all falls apart i'm sure Will is happy to fly over to help, right? For a beer? Isn't that what moderators are for? heh heh.... (Just kidding Will, your help has been invaluable many times)
It'* very simple. Just remember which nosedrive bolts have pins on them for the small wire cover to attach to, and take pics as you go just in case.

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WOW, I think i have a new problem: my car is too silent!!? Ever since i got it at 60K miles that coupler has been rattling around, and now....whoa. Thanks to everyone here for their advice- that ZZPerformance coupler that has been sitting on my desk for about a year is installed and sounding pretty. And YOU WERE RIGHT, taking off that SC wasn't that bad at all. Thanks again everyone!
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