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Old 01-13-2006, 09:44 AM   #11
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If I were in your shoes, I would release the tension on the SC belt and feel that pulley by moving it around. If the bearings feel bad in the nose, replacement should be done.
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I know nothing about this car stuff so sorry if i ask stupid questions. So, i take off the belt and move the pulley left and right to see if its the coupler? If it does move then that needs to be fixed? But how do i tell if its the bearings? Also I dont know when the last time that car has had new or any supercharger oil put in it, so, hmmmm, how do i do that. O O O, one last stupid question, what is the part number for the chiltions manual because i need to get one today.


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I know nothing about this car stuff so sorry if i ask stupid questions. So, i take off the belt and move the pulley left and right to see if its the coupler?
Yes.

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If it does move then that needs to be fixed?
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But how do i tell if its the bearings?
By any roughness or grinding when you turn it by hand, or up and down motion.

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Also I dont know when the last time that car has had new or any supercharger oil put in it, so, hmmmm, how do i do that.
The answer to that is in Techinfo, Tech Know-How. Top of the page is the link.

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O O O, one last stupid question, what is the part number for the chiltions manual because i need to get one today.
28200, but it won't cover the Supercharger.


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Ok, on rollingperformance they have the snout rebuild kits. There are 2 difference prices and order numbers, which one do i choose one ends in "N" one ends in "V"? And these are the correct bearings? And then i am going to order a new coupler from them also, and this shoud be everything that i need? Sorry to keep asking soooo many questions.

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He describes the difference between them. One is a viton seal, the other is nitrile. The more expensive has more friction. You have a puller and a press available? Your car will be down for 2 or 3 days the first time you do this.

I've gotten it down to probably a day. The whole SC has to come off. So you'll also need all the other gaskets and sealant listed in this section (other topics, including a sticky if I'm not mistaken).

Read up, research, and you'll find all you need.
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"The whole SC has to come off. So you'll also need all the other gaskets and sealant listed in this section (other topics, including a sticky if I'm not mistaken)."

Well, i looked all around for what else i needed to seal it up, and i can not find it, unless i am just toally missing it, so if you could please tell me i would be very grateful. So far i have got the snout seAL AND THE GM adhesive sealant, WHAT ELSE DO I NEED?


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ahhhhhh, i am soooo confused and stressed out right now becaue of this. So the other things that are needed are the TB gasket, SC outlet gasket, 2 yellow coolant o-rings, fuel injector o-ring kit, and the TB cleaner. Now, where can i get these from? Can i go to my local GM dealer and get them? If i have to, what the the part numbers for the SC outlet gasket, the yellow coolant o-rings and the TB cleaner?


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I'm tempted to drive up there and help you.

But driverjohn lives closer and has experience with this too.

Yes, you got the shopping list right. Get the TB cleaner at any auto parts store, and you don't need the part numbers for the other stuff. Just go to the dealer, tell them your make and model, and go from there.

Just in case......

FI O-ring kit:
17113544

SC hole plug (for those interested):
24500661 (if you have problems with yours)

Yellow O-rings (you need 2):
24501563

SC outlet gasket:
24507608

I don't have the TB gasket part number handy for 92/93, but it'* a black plastic thing with blue silicone inserts. Dealer will have this.
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Haha, Ok, thanks sooo much!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!! I CAN DO IT!!!!!
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