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Starter and flywheel came of my automatic 4x4

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  • momma_fart Apr 22, 2009

    flywheel bolts ok

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Sound sto me that your fly wheel bolds have snaped.. take off inspection plate and check to see if there is shrapnal in there!!!
(gearbox has to come out)

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the bendix is a little gear in fron of the starter see if there is any visual point to see it nad make sure it keeps away from the flywheel if not have the starter repalced, this bendix have a spring to keep it away from the flywheel also with a flash ligh try to see the closes you can to the center of flywheel sometimes they get crack where they atached to the engine,
and on the shifting might be a bad transmission or the shifter has to be inspected for your mechanic

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