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there are 2 sets of torque specs for flywheel bolts as there are 2 different fly wheels in use with different bolts for each
go google and type in--torque specifications for nissan navara flywheel bolts and fins a site relevant to you application
it could be 61-69 ft/lbs a or 90 ft lbs depending on the flywheel and the vehicle 2wd or 4wd
I'm just guessing... Are your fly wheel bolts new? VW recommends NEW fly wheel bolts. Sometimes when you secure the axles specifically the inner CV joints to the drive flanges, may some how bind inside the casing (cage) and cause the vibration.
Clutch disc installation: Tighten bolts diagonally to ensure that pressure plate is seated squarely on the flywheel without distortion. If not seated and torqued evenly, chattering and engagement problems may result.
no .that would be impossable if the bolts came out or became loose there would be a huge mess the clutch would do crazy things ,.no couldnt be . are you sure you are not talking about the crown wheel in the differential?/