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Old 02-19-2006, 08:09 PM   #1
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Which supercharger comes with a 95 SSEI, is it the L67 Series 1 or 2, or the M62, or the M90 etc.

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You have a Series I. A 94/95 specific M62 Eaton.
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You have a Gen3 M62. Gen 2 was used in 91-93.

Read http://www.williamwren.com/superchargers for a better description.
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Hoping to get some info, I just picked up a 95 SSEi with 237,000 klm which is about 148,000 miles and was told by the previous owner that it needs a supercharger coupler. It makes quite loud rattle at idle so I may be inclined to agree. My question is, based on the fact that I don't know any history on this car, is there anything else that I should replace while I have the SC off? I will be getting my parts from ZZ performance, since they alot of you highly recommend them.


P.*. I've made up a list of other items that are in need of repair, so this is one of many posts that you will be seeing. I hope you don't get tired of them all.


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Make sure it'* not a harmonic balancer instead. Use the procedure on the website I linked to to diagnose the coupler and bearings.

I'll be finishing up the nosedrive rebuild section tomorrow hopefully. And more on troubleshooting the BCA/BCS.
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willwren, I have to say that your website on Supercharger'* is totally amazing. I can see that you take a tremendous amount of pride in your cars as well as helping others. Thanks so very much for the information. This is the first car I've had with a Supercharger…….. so for me this is going to be a learning experience.

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This is the first car I've had with a Supercharger…….. so for me this is going to be a learning experience.

and trust me it will not be the last
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Willwren I read your super charger site and think it is fantastic as I have just begun learning about these machines , excellent even for newbies,thankyou.MMBLF let us know how you make out , I am very interested , thanks.
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I'll try like hell to get the rest of the pages done tomorrow. Or at least MOST of it. Thanks for the props, guys. Good to know my efforts were worth it.

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You may want to consider the lower intake gaskets while you have the supercharger off. They are 11 years old at this point and could be in need w/o showing it outwardly.
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