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How do i change the oil in my super charger on my 2001 pontiac grand prix gtp? What oil do i replace it with and will this cause transmission to stop working properly?

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Start by removing the engine plastic cover. On the front of the super charger you will see a black allen plug. Using a T-27 allen wrench, unscrew this plug. Using a vacuum pump and small hose, suck out all 8 oz. of used oil. Install 8.oz of GM Goodwrench supercharger oil. Reinstall plug. Engine should be warm when doing this.

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