Question about 1985 Chevrolet Citation
Say Bill you are going to have to pull the transmission back to get to the fly wheel.. you might pull the starter back off and look up in there and see if there are damaged teeth on the flywheel. if it looks good you might have to go back to the parts store and get some spacers for your starter .. sometimes they have to be shimmed up to work properly .. hopefully this will help because the flywheel is first thing that goes on the engine before the torque converter then the transmission all come out . holler if i can help Jerry
Posted on Jun 14, 2009
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