Zach Pascarella: $3000 supercharger? 😂😂😂😂😂 zzp sells them for $500!
David Charles: Try what I use to siphon out brake and clutch hydraulic fluid from their reservoirs. A kitchen turkey baster with a clear tube (from Home Depot) on the end. It works well and pulls a lot of fluid in one squeeze of the top rubber bulb. Best to seal the bulb to the baster tube with duct tape or silicone adhesive for an airtight fit for better suction power. Clean it with dish soap water, rinse, and let dry.
Eric J: Thanks for doing this video! It was very helpful. I have an 04 (btw anyone know if I was supposed to have an engine cover? I don't) and I forgot the part about not letting any of the oil drip down. Quite a bit of the new oil did drip down so I'm hoping that I don't mess anything up!
Darnell Robison: Do you have to change the oil like this you cant just put it into the engine oil
charlie Hoss: i cant get my damn screw to come out. I think it stripped so I have no idea on how to get it unscrewed
Jose Pacheco: Good Video I appreciate the information changed my 2004 cobra supercharger oil. Never would of thought of a spray bottle to take oil out. Thanks again
Matt C: Great video Thanks
san379: I HAD NO IDEA IT HAD OIL IN THERE.. IT HASENT BEEN CHANGED SINCE NEW.. I GUESS ILL CHANGE THAT IN SPRING.. .. HOW OFTEN DO YOU NEED TO CHANGE IT?
mike g: awesome thanks for the vid.
rcharne: Great video! I own a total of 3 GTP's, plus 1 that was junked. I never knew that it is necessary to drain and replace the supercharger oil. I never did so on any of mine and I never had an issue with the snout. The snout is where the gears are located and thus they need gear oil (supercharger oil is just gear oil) but this gear oil lasts a very long time, about 150,000 miles or more. Now, I am not suggesting that anyone who wants to take great care of their boosted 3800 engine should not bother with changing the blower oil. It really does not cost much to do this (you can order SC oil online from Intense-Racing for $8.99 for 8 oz) But if you have not changed this oil at 150,000 miles and had no issues, or you are considering trading in or selling your Supercharged GM car, why bother now?
D Carden: good repair video
jessie morales: Good video good job
Jeff Fuehr: that's bullcrap. see, that's why i don't like going to a mechanic. did you know that the Haynes manuals at autozone even recommend that you take your car to a mechanic to have that service done, as if it's too complex for your average person to do, or something. i think that the only reason that the Haynes manual refers you to a mechanic for this service, is because they figure "what if people drop something in that hole? if they do, they're gonna be screwed. so we better refer everybody to a mechanic".
ragnar barker: I´m looking at one , are they good cars ????
Jeff Fuehr: man, i can't believe that the automotive repair manuals tell you that you should have a dealer perform this service. when this is all you gotta do. psssh.... for the longest time, i always thought that this must be a really complex job, by the way the repair manuals advice you to have this service performed at your dealer. and let me guess... your dealer would probably charge you $120.00 for this service, right? the more i learn about how easy it really is to do a lot of repairs on your car, the more i want to go to school to be a ASE certified mechanic.
zzzhuh: AC Delco now sells the oil. Can't seem to find the "GM goodwrench" version anymore at local dealerships.
It is the same 4 ounce bottle, but it is wide instead of a long bottle.
WizzleThump: 3000 dollar supercharger??? is it made from gold?? lol I got a rebuilt for 550
Freddy Fazebear Gaming: dude! I was looking for mufflers and came across your video. awesome, thank you!! (2003 SSEI Bonneville)
Paul Ross: What size Alan wrench did u say to use
Rollie Rok: Good video.
HOW TO CHANGE THE SUPERCHARGER OIL ON A GM 3800 SERIES II V65
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