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Old 09-14-2005, 05:09 PM   #11
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Yours is in the "change it in the next 3-6 months" range. Start planning for it. You'll start to hear it at idle soon, when the engine is warmed up.
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Ok, next, where is the best place to get one and is ther R/R for it in Techinfo??
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Please read the top few posts in Forced Induction.
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Thankya sir
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Oops. Not there any more. Ok. This is for DAMAN, not Digial:

ZZPerformance: Supercharger coupler
DEALER: Supercharger outlet gasket, two coolant bypass o-rings (yellow) and the red tube of 'gasket maker'. TB gasket too if you're going to remove it and clean it (recommended).

Procedure:

Remove fuel rail and throttle bracket. Use 'doublenut' method for removal of the stud that goes through the alt bracket into the nosedrive of the SC.

Remove SC. Clean it up, drain nosedrive, clean it up, re-seal and re-assemble.

This may help, it'* for an M90, but applies to the M62 as well:

http://www.williamwren.com/Bonnevill...umba/page7.htm See the bottom right? And the next page. And a few of it apart. You don't need to remove the rotors, but should to clean them.
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Ok ,stupid Q can you do it with out pulling the SC off the motor???

Also is there a gasket for the nose cone. I hate using gasket maker.
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Gasket maker is the only approved sealant, and it must be the red stuff from the dealer. Do a search, it'* posted here. There are no gaskets available, and I wouldn't trust one with that nasty oil.

You'll need slightly more than one bottle of oil for an M62, so buy 2, and you'll have some spare to carry around.

You can try to do it without pulling the SC if you like, but I'd rather do that than remove the entire accessory bracket and tensioner. You'll take twice as long and curse yourself for not just removing the SC.

The Series 2 can do just the nosedrive, as the ND is not studded to the alternator bracket on that series. Look at the bright side, at least we don't have to disconnect a motor mount to change a belt.

I can do the R&R in under 2 hours now. And I'll be doing it soon on my 95.

I also suggest replacing the fuel injector O-rings at the same time.
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I'll Probly pull it so i can clean it too,Thanks Will, I'm looking forward to it.
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It really is fun. I actually enjoy doing that part of L67 maintenance. It'* not hard, mildly time consuming, under $100, and a good excuse to have a few brewski'*.
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a good excuse to have a few brewski'*.
I hear that!!!!

One last Q, what do you use to clean parts with, carb cleaner???
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