2000 Mazda Millenia oil in supercharger

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RAMIROG99
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  • 2000 MAZDA MILLENIA
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2000 Mazda Millenia 6 cyl Two Wheel Drive Automatic

just wanted to know if where the supercharger would be getting oil into the combustion chamber, wanted to see if there was a way to reseal the super charger or install a seal to keep it from letting oil in the engine and burning it. If there was a way to reseal it where would I be able to purchase a seal or the part to repair it. It would pretty well total the value of the car if you had to put the money into it to purchase a new supercharger when it only needs a seal. Thank you for your info in advance and hope that you could lead me in the right direction.
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Wednesday, August 20th, 2008 AT 5:35 PM

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The problem isnt so much the supercharger as it is probably the PCV system pushing oil into it. When engine get "blow-by" they will push oil through the PCV system and back into the intake system. Have a compression (dry and wet) and leakdown test done on the engine before you spend anything elsewhere
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Thursday, August 21st, 2008 AT 8:12 AM
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To 2carjack concerning the oil in the supercharger. You said that possibly the engine had pushed the oil through the pcv system. I had already taken the pcv system out of the possible problem by disconnecting the pcv valve and letting the engine run with it un plugged. I had pulled the cover on top of the intake chamber and saw oil in there, so I cleaned it and put the cover back on and let the engine Idle for a few minutes in my stall, then shut the engine off and pulled the cover back off and there was oil inside again. The engine does not smoke after it starts and run for a while. It clears out. But I'm not sure but I don't think that there should be any oil in the supercharger its self, I'm talkiing about in the actual schroll its self because other than oil that lubricates the charger its self there is nothing before the charger but intake air. I work at a GM dealer ship but I'm not that familiar with mazda with supercharger. Thank you for any answers to this problem! Only reason i'm trying to fix this one is because it's a challange and I'm trying to help a divorced mother with no money and alot of bills. Have a good day and thank you for replying.
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Thursday, August 21st, 2008 AT 9:56 AM
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Is the oil level in the S/C low? Did you remove the fresh air hose from the air box where the oil is appearing? If the S/C oil level is good, then it is coming from the engine.
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Thursday, August 21st, 2008 AT 11:10 AM

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