knealeski at sbcglobal.net
Wed Apr 18 20:05:47 EDT 2007
The flywheel pin can be replaced through the opening for the starter. Unless, of course, you need a new clutch.
Sean Coriaty <sean.coriaty at gmail.com> wrote: Northern European Automotive in Concord, NH diagnosed the following: 1)
Broken flywheel pin; and 2) Distributor "full of oil".
NEA will replace those parts (and install a new clutch kit and e-brake
cables), get it running, then see if the exhaust manifold still glows.
Guessing it is possible that the stealer broke the pin off the flywheel,
since they were in that area when they incorrectly diagnosed the CPS to be
the no-start problem. But unfortunately I have no way to prove it true or
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