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post #1 of 13 Old November 6th, 2010, 04:36 PM Thread Starter
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Ok so I am sick and tired of this leaky head unit i took it apart (halfway). I checked and the oil wasn't leaking from pulley side. I took the impeller housing off and saw a leak comming out of the seal behind impeller. I am now stuck on how to take the impeller off. Anyone know how to ? Also where can i find that seal and the part number. I searched alot but could only find the number for the pulley seal. Any help is appreciated. thanks
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HOW-TO: ProCharger P-1SC Rebuild - MustangForums.com
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I've sure its been done but I've only seen one guy on this forum try it. He said it wasn't worth re-building it yourself. The seal by the pulley is called the front seal. The one by the impeller is called the main seal. ProCharger will replace both for $400. Mine was still under warranty when they replaced my main seal. The front seal cost me $140 because it was damaged by a shredded belt.

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well i did get everything (bearings and seals)rebuilt TWICE from superchargerrebuilds.com but it still leaks so i decided to do it myself. Thanks for those links however I did read that how to thread and still not sure how to take the impeller off as it sits in the pic.
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I've heard that before about superchargerrebuilds. I don't understand why you didn't send it to ProCharger.

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I made a huge mistake. He gave me price for around 500 and procharger gave me price for 800. I was being cheap trying to save few bucks till i found out bearing need replacement too so i spent almost 2 gs by the time everything was done. I sent it twice second time JUST for the seals and it still leaks. I have very minimal mechanical knowlegde to so i didn't want to scew anything up but after looking it up on the internet it doesn't look that hard to do plus winter is almost here so i'll have lots of time. Just stuck on the impeller now.
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Understand. I can't help you with the impeller. Good luck on the re-build.

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okay. I was thinking of prying it out but then seemd like it would do more damage than good.
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okay. I was thinking of prying it out but then seemd like it would do more damage than good.
If you read the info in the first link i posted it says how to remove the impeller , stop being lazy and read .

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i did read and there's no way that thing is comming out by wiggling/spin and pulling it up by hand. Tried it already

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from the looks of your pic you have yet to remove the retaining bolt .

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oh yea that's the pic of when i took the housing off. and took the pic of leak running behind impeller. But i did take the allen bolt and the spacer out. I have to be smarter than that if i am doing something like this
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IDK then , maybe you need to disaseble the unit to press it off .

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