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    08 Seadoo Wake 215 Supercharger Stuck

    Hey guys,
    I have tried almost everything to get this supercharger out. I have used PB Blaster around the base and a rubber mallet to move it side to side. I feel like I am close, but can't seem to get it to break free. Thanks in advance for any advice!

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    Mighty Mouse's Avatar
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    Assuming you have all the bolts out, try twisting after you soak in down with blaster. It will not move side to side as the housing slides into the PTO case. You may have to gently coax it with a pry bar back and forth. Once you get it twisting, you shouldn't have any problems as you pull on it.

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    there is plenty here on removing balky chargers.

    most important skill is a higher patience quota then ever.

    Yup-it's frustrating

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    Work it slowly out with a BIG ASS pry bar, just don't pry too hard in any thin areas, & crack the housing.
    Twist while prying should help.

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