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Old 12-29-2006, 12:39 PM   #31
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anyone know where i can find a mechanic book for the ssei'* all i can find is for the sse'* or if someone has an exploded view of the top half of the engine i could get from them i would apretiate it. What are the 2 yellow o-rings called/for so when i goto the parts place i don't have to sit there and try to explane where they go.
Chilton'* #28200 may be enought to get you by with the basics.

The yellow o-rings are the coolant o-rings under the SC. If you buy the FelPro SC outlet gasket, they come with it.
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doesn't Canadan Suprt Charger send them with there super charger'*,
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Call or email them and ask. I wouldn't know. I rebuild my own.
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just other people reading this is wondering this is what they said

Rebuilt GM Superchargers come with both intake and throttle body gasket.

Two year - unlimited miles - warranty!
Warranty does not include damage caused by incorrect installation, misuse and
application for which product is not designed. Warranty returns must have return
authorization numbers. Warranty returns will be replaced with new rebuilt unit.
Warranty does not cover labor costs
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For the injector o-rings do I need the upper or lower set?
Guessing the upper since I don't see any reason to pull the injector, just the fuel rail right?
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You will probably find that if you leave the clips from injectors to fuel rail intact that the injectors will come out ouf the intake manifold w/o any issues.

If you've never changed the O-rings, do it carefully as the end tip of the injector is brittle. For the couple extra dollars (literally) I changed mine all when I did the LIM gaskets.
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ya I plan on changing the LIM gasket as well as the o-rings just wondering which set I need to get, the upper or lower, but from what you said sounds like lower.

How do you get the injectors out without takeing off the fuel rail? or do you have to?
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How are you going to replace your supercharger without pulling the fuel rail?

Considering the age of your car, do BOTH sets of O-rings.

Pull the rail with the injectors. Pull the injectors out of the rail after the rail is removed from the car.
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ok that answers my question then, got one more for ya though where did you get you'r metal coolant bypass, tried to tell the guy at autozone what I wanted but the guys working there are morons.
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Not everyone is an idiot or moron.

If you have them look up the coolant outlet fitting or some variation of that, they should be able to find it quickly. It may also be listed with the waterpump items.
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