Question about 1998 Ford Taurus
Does sound like the flywheel. Easiest way is to take the engine out and remove the transmission with the engine out, you can remove the transmission with the engine but its a lot easier with it out. Go look for a use flywheel with a good starter ring on it (no chewed teeth). This job sounds a lot worse than it is, you will need a workshop manual a set of wrenchs and sockets plus a cherry picker. Good luck.
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