Question about 1994 Buick Park Avenue
The flywheel mounts on the end of the crankshaft and puts all the engine power to the transmission through the torque convertor which is bolted directly to it. If the flywheel is broken, the car isn't going to move very long or very far. It will be harder on gas and there is a good possibility that the engine could easily be over revved which creates a whole new set of expensive problems.
I realize it is a real pain to change but it's not something you can live without. Make sure that you get the proper torque settings for the flywheel to crank bolts. Overtightening has been known to create stress cracks in the flywheel and you get to do it again. Also make sure you don't lose the torque convertor bolts. They are a dealer only item and not cheap. They have an odd thread so they can't be replaced with anything else. Hope this helps.
Posted on Feb 21, 2012
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