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Dont have a referance mark for the drive plate on plymouth 3.3L

Ineed to install the drive plate on my 1998 plymouth voyager 3.3L.the problem is i dont have a referance mark to go off of . how do you get it on right if there is no mark made? does the crank and driveplate have a mark from the factory to match to?

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  • joepeterson1 Jan 25, 2009

    turns out the bolts are concentric, it can only be mounted one way.

    thanks joe

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    Roberta Smith May 11, 2010

    define what you mean by 'drive plate"


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I don't recall there is a specific mark for them... other then possibly a key on the crankshaft where you mount the flywheel... it's already balanced so that's not an issue... just make sure you mount it right side out.


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    Roberta Smith Jan 25, 2009

    perhaps bump up my rating abit please ... as i feel i did answer the question to a reasonable degree




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