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Need to bolt to put the fly wheel back on the new block 24-522-283 and diagrams. Please Help!

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Roberta3fan could be giving bad advice based on experience with other toilets. This does not seem to be an option for this toilet design. I am in a similar situation and it appears that the nut (and it is a metal bolt) is not what you would expect. Here is a picture of the anchor kit for this toilet seat: I am going to assume that the sleave that should be engaging the bolt is cross threaded and try to grab it with a pair of vice grips. I'll let you know if it works.

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How do I check the timing after I put a new head gasket on, and now it will not start, I have got fire on the spark plug, I took the carb off and cleaned it, Still will not start

take the nut and cover off of the fly wheel. you should see the fly wheel key if it is sheared then it need to be replaced. if it is still aligned correctly it is good. you need fuel spark and compression to run. spray some carb cleaner in the carb. if it starts for a second something is wrong in the fuel area. you should see spark on the plug and block. check compression to be sure you have at least 40 lbs. if not the valves are probably not set correctly. assuming you got the head gasket on right.

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When removing a two piece rear main seal without a sneaky pete, it can be very overwhelming here's how... First unbolt the transmission and slide it back just so that the input shaft is not in the way of taking of a clutch and/ or fly wheel. Then drain all engine oil and remove filter. Next remove the oil pan ( but be careful that none of the old pan gasket gets in the bearing caps, or crankshaft). Then next remove the oil pump( watch the gasket on this also so it doesn't fall down inside the pump pickup tube). Then your going to want to loosen the main baring cap bolts starting from the back of the block then going to the front( not to much just enough to get the pressure of the upper main seal and the crankshaft, but you will need to take the cap bolts on the very back one at the back of the block all the way out thus the bottom rear seal is in it). Remove the bottom rear seal by pulling it out (sometimes using a flat head screwdriver), and then put the new one in by dipping it in fresh oil and simply pushing it in the groove big tab side forward. Next take a screw and a small drill or screwdriver and lightly screw it into one side of the rubber on the seal in sort of a upwards diagnal pattern ( be very careful not to scar the crankshaft). Then grab the screw with the pair of pliers and lightly tap on them with a (small) hammer or the end of a screwdriver. next take the new seal dip it in fresh oil and slide it back in, in a clockwise pattern. Next put the bolts back in the baring cap with the new seal in it , and just snug them down. Then starting with the (R) front bearing cap bolt start tightening them back down to the engines given torque specs in a zig zag pattern tighten every other one all the way back to the back of the block, then back to the front. Put your new seal on the oil pump then bolt this back up to the torque specs listed for that vehicle. Next put on the rear pan gasket (if it's a four piece gasket) then put the front pan gasket on the pan. Next by using small amounts of high temp silicone put a dab on every corner it touches another gasket piece and bolt it back up ( torque specs vary depending on vehicle usually between 12 and 18 foot lbs.) Then bolt the fly wheel and/ or clutch back up. Slide your transmission in the aligned whole and bolt it back up. put on the oil filter and fill it with oil. Start the vehicle and check for leeks, if there's leeks tighten the pan generously and check again. Thank You and I hope this has helped.

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How to get fly wheel off of 77 Ford F100, 351 mod, 400 block?

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My b/f has a 1990 Fleetwood Cadillac...He believes the fly wheel may be broken...Where is the fly wheel and are they easy to replace?

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Changing the fly wheel means dropping the trany pulling the clutch. First remove both drive shafts then unhook the clutch line to the slave on the top of the bellhouse this should be a small U shaper pin you have to pull out a piece of wire can be looped through and make it easier to pull it out.

Once that is out of the way take the tanny cross member out and the exhaust Y pipe needs to come out unless you have a body lift and put a jack or something under the transfercase then take out the bottom bell housing bolts and then the top bell housing bolts then you should be able to work the tranny back mind the bolts on the radius arm cross member you may need to back them down sometimes.

Once it is out then you will have 6 of 13mm bolts on the clutch and 6 of 16 or 17mm bolts holding the fly wheel on there should be blue locktight on the flywheel bolts.

Things to note make sure the fly you your putting on has been machined if it is used put a new pilot bearing in the fly your putting on unless it is new put new clutch on or at the very least a new clutch disk trust me it is worth it.

The bolts on the drive shaft can be a pain spray them with WD-40 or equivalent the night before put never sieze on these when you put them back. When your putting the trany back in watch the clutch line it wants to be down there and it is easy to get it caught.

When you take the thin aluminum plate off take care of it with out that plate you can't start your truck right.

Additional details could find in Hope this helps.

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Was there any shimms between starter and engine block, where it bolts up? If there was they need to be put back in. Sounds to me that the starter is to close to the block, and the teeth on the starter drive are not engaging the flywheel. If there was none get some and try it, any auto parts sell them they come in differnt sizes in thousands of an inch. You should be able to buy them in a package.

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