Misfire on all cylinders, ok to supercharge?

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  1. beviking

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    Back when I had 1800 miles on the car, the crankshaft position sensor connector vibrated loose (they figure it wasn't fully seated when assembled?) and it gave me a few hiccups. Dealer found it and fixed it, no more issues, 7k miles.

    My question is, since it was misfiring on all cylinders, could there be potential damage to the engine that adding a supercharger would make worse?

    Thanks!
     
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    should be ok. no codes now?
     
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    If you are unsure, do a compression test. If everythings checks okay, then you should be good.
     
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    If there was any permanent mechanical damage you would know.
     
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    No codes since. Thanks all!
     
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