HOW TO CHANGE THE SUPERCHARGER OIL ON A GM 3800 SERIES II V6




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murder forte: followed your method worked out perfect! 8oz came out, 8oz went in. I used lucas oil it was a green color.

murder forte: i could'nt get the allen key screw out, its seased, tried wd 40 bent the allen key hitting it with a hammer.

murder forte: R u sure the l67 only takes 8 oz of oil cause im gonna do mine 2day & its a public holiday so i cant get any more oil all the shops r closed.

murder forte: u know the newer versions of the l67(vx berlina commodore) hav a window in the front i would say u fill the oi luntill it appears 1/2 way in window.i can see yours has a circular impression on the front thats 4 a future window,good video buy the way!

Joseph Rivers: By far the best instructional video on YouTube

Michael Campbell: Awesome video! After using some ratchets and Allen adapters I got my stuck drain plug out and drained and filled my supercharger oil. Thanks so much!

Joshua Swart: I doubt that spray bottle plastic is oil resistant?

Brayden Moore: Great video.

Kevin Moore: First time having a supercharged glad I looked up my Riviera and now know that I have to change the oil in the supercharger thanks for the information 👍

Elijah Askins: u can get a siphon pump from oreillys for 4 bucks

JVersh1: Very good, informative video. I have a 99 Buick Ultra that I'm about to do this to. You made this job look super easy, and did so without stuttering and blathering on like so many of the douche bags that put out instructional videos. Nice job, sir.

NoRubber: He was definitely about to say rooster

Alex Matheny: Got my 06 gt with 113,000 miles. Now has 175,2**miles and ive never had this changed, by having this sc oil changed soon, should it help the car drive better/ regain some lost power?

Jordon Lorenzo: Sweet. Inherited my grandpa's 2000 regal ls. Gonna do this tomorrow. Thanks.

hulk78301: Thanks a million!

TheBikemaster94: I have a cammed Civic non Vtec, it would be a fun race against this. I was also looking into leasing an Elantra Sport but then I saw these supercharged GM cars . I also have a 3.3 Chrysler that already has traction issues so I could only imagine how crazy things will get with a supercharged 3.8

Andrew X: If I remove the supercharger belt can I drive it without hurting the engine? Is the supercharger working all the time or only when you accelerate??

Eliezer Lopez: would this be the same for a 2005 cobalt supercharged

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BestAerialPhotos Company: Great video. Several mechanics I talked to didn't even know the supercharger had a separate oil system.

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