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While waiting for my trans gaskets to arrive,
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the shop noted that my flywheel had chips, so they replaced it. Does that happen often?

83,000 miles, FWIW

Why do they call it a flywheel? That implies lightness which is definitely not present.....

Posted on: 2014/5/30 23:20
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Re: While waiting for my trans gaskets to arrive,
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Assume the chipping was on the edge of the teeth where the starter motor engages. I would expect there would be some wear at 83K but whether it was excessive would have to be determined by someone that has seen a lot of engines.

IMO, the term flywheel is used because it is a common name that was around a long time before automatics and has become generic, easier to remember and say than flex plate and most everyone knows what is being discussed.

Posted on: 2014/5/31 9:55
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