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Old 11-17-2004, 06:13 PM   #1
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NEED YOUR HELP --I have a 94 SSEI and the cone on the super chargr is making noise like bearings will in the altrnator. my body told me that the bearings in the cone are bad, when i rev up the engine a bit the noise go'* away, is this a big proplem, if the charge brakes down is the car still drivable, WHAT DO I NEED TO NO,need your help, thanx
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If the noise is only at idle, it'* not the bearings. It'* the coupler. Many of us have changed this. It'* easy and relatively cheap. Take your belt off the SC, and move the pulley back and forth. Do you feel any play? If so, it'* the coupler.

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it'* the super charger coupler. It'* inside the nosecone. Not too bad a job if you know anything about mechanics. I'm an amateur and had no problem doing mine in a day.
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my machanic says that i would have to get a complete SUPER CHARGE SYSTEM, i explained that i was on the bonnevile club and that these guys no what they are taking about , is there some one or some how i could get a diagram of the super charge and the copler apart and instuction this would really help me in convincing my machanic that it is a very easy install. thank-you
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We have it all here in many posts and topics. The search tool is your friend. Here'* a starting point for you:


http://www.williamwren.com/Bonnevill...umba/page7.htm
Last image on this page, and first image on the next. M90 and M62 are the same.

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This should help a lot, mechanics don't see these cars everyday, so they just don't know.....these guys do.

Here is how to do it http://www.cardomain.com/memberpage/479367/2


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thanx for all the info guys if theres more i would appreciat it , the more the better, thanx again
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Take off the drive belt. Move the SC pulley back and forth quickly. Do you feel slack ? or a dead spot ? If so it'* the coupler.

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I really want to attempt the coupler change too, but after reading all the posts it doesn't sound like a do-it-yourself job. I've narrowed my sqeaking issue down to the coupler, as it only does it at idle. It is getting worse, so I'd like to fix it ASAP. But like I've mentioned a million times, I can't find a mechanic willing to do this for me. I've asked atleast a dozen. I have basic tools, but I don't have REAL good mechanical skills. I know the fuel rail and injectors have to be removed...that'* where I get snagged. Should someone like myself attepmt this or should I keep searching for a mechanic. I don't want to do more harm than good.
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I have the same problem on my 95 SSEI, the pictures are for a 93 is it the same super charger for a 95 ? I will also be looking for a shop to do this.

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