Just wondering, what's the symptoms showing that the snout needing attention?
It's generally not the snout as such, rather the coupler/torsion isolator, but see below.Just wondering, what's the symptoms showing that the snout needing attention?
Thanks for this. I think my money is on the Flexi pipe which a jubilee clip will apparently sort.No clutch or bolts on the Eaton TVS supercharger pulley it's a press fit, albeit an incredibly tight one!
Also I can't hear much on that video and definitely not the worn SC coupler rattle or the shut down "clonk", both are rather loud and obvious.
6 years or 100k miles, which ever comes first, but as the mileage is always well below, a lot of owners don't bother. Spark plugs aren't the sort of things that deteriorate with age, just usage.The plugs should have been changed 2 years ago as part of the 6 year service.
I assume you are talking about the coolant Y-pipes and if so don't bother with the plastic ones instead get the metal ones I linked to in post #435.Just had the specialist on the phone.
Warranty company have authorised the replacement of the supercharger snout. However, one of the gaskets that they require isn’t available at the moment and is being mentioned as on back order for a couple of weeks.
The supercharger is coming right out to do the snout so they’re going to do the oil in the charger and I’ve discussed replacing the coolant pipes that run under the supercharger which they’re going to do at the same time.
Does anybody know the part numbers for the 2 plastic crossover pipes that run between the cylinder heads? Are they accessible with the charger removed?