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Hi, i am having a problem with my 1993 toyota camry again. this time the engine will not rotate. i put another transmission on this car a while back and i am just now getting it ready for the road to drive. i finished cleaning it up an drove it to the gas station to fill up with gas and i brought ir back home and parked it. 2 days later i went out to start it up and all i heard was the starter turning in the bell housing. i thought that my starter was not extending outward to engage the fly wheel on the motor so i had someone turn the key while i looked inside the top of the trans where the engine meats the trans on top to see if i could see if the starter was turning correctly. what i saw was unbelievable to me, the starter was functioning correctly and it was turning the fly wheel but the motor was not turning over. the fly wheel was just spinning with no action inside the motor. this very starange and could you tell me what is wrong when the car motor was turning and driving the other day...thank you

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The flywheel is connected to the crankshaft of the engine, and also connected to the torque converter of the transmission. What i think may have happened here is something has come apart. Either you have lost the bolts connecting the flywheel to either the tranny or engine OR you may have spun out of center of the flywheel ( happened to me once). You also may have a bad torque converter that is not longer locking to your transmission. Check your fluid level in your transmission and make sure its full.

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