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Im haveing a problen with a noise when frist start thought it was a starter stay in gauged but wasnt some with fly plate what can i do ?????

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  • dkatowing Apr 22, 2009

    thier a plate that goers over it if i touch it get louder can figure out what its called it all bang up

  • dkatowing Apr 22, 2009

    i check fly wheel teeth are fine none mising

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Replace fly wheel .its got a spot with broken teeth.

Posted on Apr 22, 2009

  • Jonah Oneal Apr 22, 2009

    STARTER PROBABLY HAVE TO BE SHIMMED.

  • Jonah Oneal Apr 22, 2009

    plate could be bend slightly causing it to hit fly wheel.try to shape it back so it wont hit fly wheel.

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