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Gidday, I am in an isolated area, and on my 1995 Hyundai Porter I just bought, there is a bolt on cover missing on the front of the transmission, (I think its transmission, it's just behind the motor) so that there is a large round gear wheel exposed (when looking underneath the car, behind the engine, the bottom portion of the gear wheel is exposed). I need to know the correct name, or description of the part, so that I can order it, thanks.

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Hi Mike

Sounds from your description that you require a Flywheel Cover fixing bolt.

Why don´t you take out one of the others, and have a rummage in your tool boxes, I am sure you might have one.

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That is the Fly Wheel, The Gear that you can See. You will need a New Flywheel Cover. Please Rate My Response! Thanks!

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