Question about 1982 Chevrolet El Camino
Pull the transmission back (or remove) enough to access the flywheel/ torque converter. Remove the converter from the flywheel, then you will see the flywheel bolts that mount the flywheel to the crankshaft--(I think there are 6). It is advisable to replace these bolts with new ones when reinstalling the flywheel, and be sure to get the proper torque spec for the bolts from autozone or a reputable shop and torque them sequencially correct and to the proper spec.
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