Question about Yamaha Electrical Supplies
check to make sure the starter is seated correctly to the bell housing also check for a cracked! nose cone on the starter as well and make sure the front nose casting bushing isn;t worn out and make sure they sold you the correct tooth count flywheel
Posted on Jan 19, 2010
BY using an oxy torch you heat up the ring gear....doing this expands it so that it fits over the flywheel center plate......you do the same to remove....heat the ring gear around in the circle, gradually, no rush...make sure it is even heat all the way around
Posted on Sep 24, 2010
In some Jeeps the nose bushings of the starter may go bad and in turn damage the flywheel which may have happened the first time on your unit. Once you have the starter removed you should see any physical damage. You may have to have some shims installed to decrease or compensate the starter system. There are cases where after the replace has been made the noise still exist. There could be damages to other parts which you may have to inspect further.
Posted on Jun 09, 2011
sound like glow plugs wires harness disconnected or wires could be damaged during the transmission installation since transmission has to be remove when replacing flywheel.
Posted on Mar 18, 2013
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