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SOUND LIKE BAD WHEEL BEARING.SAFELY RAISE SUPPORT VECHICLE ON JACK STANDS,MAKE SURE VECHICLE PARKED ON SOLID LEVEL GROUND.GRAB WHEEL OR TIRE AT THE WITH ONE HAND TOP AND GRAB BOTTOM WHEEL TIRE WITH OTHER HAND,TRY TO SHAKE MOVE WHEEL IF WHEEL TIRE MOVES WHEN YOU SHAKE OR MOVE IT ANY.THE WHEEL BEARING MORE LIKELY BAD.IF WHEEL BEARING OKAY YOUR FRONT BRAKE ROTOR RUN OUT WORN OR WARPED.
once the star wheel adjusted is threaed all the way in the drum should come off
rust will hinder the removal too
swating the drum with a 5 pound hammer lightly will help
the star wheels are right hand threads on the passrnger side and left hand threads on the drivers side
the fly wheel access is right there at the starter. it is a little piece of metal.remove it to gain access to the fly wheel or get someone to hold the crank pulley.you will also need a wheel pulley to remove the crank pulley
Hi they are normal nuts so will undo anticlockwise, but to undo this nut/bolt your going to need to lock the flywheel you can do this by either removing the starter motor and jamming a big screw driver in the teeth of the fly wheel so that it lock on the casing of the gearbox or you can undo an inspection panel on the gearbox to give you access to the fly wheel and then jam it that way other than doing this you would need air tools to undo this nut without jamming the fly wheel
Have the battery tested for a dead cell. It may test at 12 volts but that doesn't mean there isn't a dead cell. Also, if the motor has good compression you probably shouldn't be able to turn it over by hand at the fly wheel. Maybe an old school motor with V belt, but not a newer motor with all those accessories attached to the front.
If it only makes noise when you start it, and the clutch seems to be working fine...then it would have to be the starter is not aligned correctly, or the teeth on it are damaged. Take the starter out of the bell housing, and give the teeth a good inspection. If all looks OK, them it may have been in a bit crooked. Try and line it up so the teeth appear to meet at the right place with the fly wheel teeth. It may have moved after the first start if it wasn't torqued correctly or has stripped threads.