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Flywheel possibly cracked. sounds like a rod knock but seems louder at the bellhousing than the oil pan.can't see any way to loosen converter to slide it back and check flywheel. it's a 75 rolls corniche with a 412 and turbo 400.any hints on the converter bolts.inspection cover is off but adapter plate blocks the conv. bolts.starter looks difficult to remove.

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You have to remove the starter to access the bolts

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