Question about Renault Sport
I'm changing flywheel oil seal and has lost my marks on it,how do i find the correct position to install back the flywheel??
Flywheels are either doweled in place or the bolt holes are not symmetrical. That means that of all the holes one will not line up properly to allow you to insert the bolt. Keep turning the flywheel on the crank until all the bolts go all the way in finger tight . If you have one that is a bit tight start again turning one hole at a time .until you achieve them all finger tight.
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Posted on Jan 02, 2017
you should have index holes on the flywheel this is to keep the balance of the crankshaft of the motor. the sensor on the back is the knock sensor. your index hole on the flywheel should line up with the holes on the crank. in most instances they should only fit one way. also make sure you put the right side facing the engine. this is important other wise you won't be able to connect the trans and the starter won't match up right.....please rate..thanks
Posted on Sep 20, 2008
topmarincons: In checking this car for flywheels available, Nissan only lists one part number 12310-2Y910. I could find no other references or part numbers superseding this one.
When you list a single sheave, it sounds more like you are describing a front crank pulley. Again, in researching part numbers, I could only come up with one number :12303-31U10. It is commonly referred to as a "Harmonic balancer". In looking at an exploded parts diagram, it shows a serpentine type pulley."Single sheave". As far as sources: This particular part rarely fails.
New, it, dealer retail price is $234.33
Check with salvage yards, you can buy them for a fraction of that price. Another option is to buy an "UNDER DRIVE" unit. This is a part which will add horse power by cutting down on some of the rotating mass, yet not affect that crankshaft harmonics which would affect it at high RPM's. "UNORTHODOX" racing, on-line I believe is one source. Good luck.......
Posted on Apr 18, 2009
yes , depending on wheter you talking about torque converter seal or rear engine main seal , on trans if your front pump bushing has excessive wear then it will not seal because the torque converter input shaft will ride on seal more than it is supposed to and also it will not run true, also check TC mounting of flex plate if you flex plate is not centered then it will rotate out of balance and cause leaks and pump damage, if you talking about a rear main engine seal you may have a issue with run out and or bearing wear issues cause seal to not be able to do its job, check all those issues, crank shaft end play as well as up and down play and check rotational run out on TC of trans and pump bushing in trans pump... hope this helps, thanks please rate...
Posted on Aug 07, 2009
SOURCE: flywheel oil seal leaking
This is called the rear main oil seal or the torque converter seal depending on what type of fluid is leaking out. To replace either seal you must remove the transmission from the car. You will need special tools and skills to properly install the seals or they will leak in very short order again. I suggest you have a trusted shop or the dealer do this repair.
Posted on Aug 08, 2012
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