In-situ flywheel timing pin replacement

DGraber460 at DGraber460 at
Mon Dec 23 21:05:55 EST 2002

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In a message dated 12/23/2002 3:20:12 PM Mountain Standard Time,
JShadzi at writes:

> Besides fixing your pin, you should determine what caused it to break in the
> first place, one of the race cars I worked on in the past had the same
> problem, we finally pulled the tranny and found a bolt that had gone astray
> and was breaking the pin off everytime we replaced it.

Have to agree with Javed on this one. It happened on my street URQ. Pin broke
twice. Finally pulled/dropped the motor and tranny as a unit, separated them
only to find an oil pan bolt that would move around on rough roads and take
out the pin.
Absolutely the biggest PITA job for minor issue I have ever encountered.

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