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post #1 of 4 (permalink) Old 09-29-2009 Thread Starter
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Question from New owner

Do these cars take the oil from the Engine to lube the Supercharger or do they have their own reservoir ?

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It depends on the supercharger set up. I have a v6 and if I can remember correctly all the ones I found had thier own oil for the supercharger except maybe the x charger. I have not looked at the v8 blowers but it is probably just a brand to brand thing.

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They have their own

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post #4 of 4 (permalink) Old 10-02-2009
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The GT 500 has it's own "lifetime" internal oil supply. There is a check plug on the front of the S/C though, removed with an allen key, that can be removed to verify the oil level. I think this is reccommended every 30,000 miles by Ford if I recall correctly.
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