There is not an adjustment on a flywheel. Your problem will most likely be the starter.
Defective starter, or a problem with the flywheel. You need to check the starter and then remove it and check the flywheel.
is the problem,that the flywheel teeth are being chewed out and same on starter. or is the problem that starter and flywheel do not mesh properly when engaged? if either of thses is the problem,this means that the gear on the starter is not matched to the teeth on the flywheel. other problem that could be causing this is none or incorrect shims used when installing starter motor. to fix this, you need to make a mark on the flywheel(use white out or something like that),and count the number of teeth.then do same on the starter motor.then find out from a drive line specialist,how many teeth shoud be on starter motor to match the flywheel.they can also tell you the shims to be used when installing starter motor to get proper clearance.
I'm not sure what you mean by "slips". Is the starter making a grinding noise or does the starter sound like it is missing the flywheel completely? My first thought was a bad starter drive (part of the starter) but if you replaced the starter with a new one it shouldn't be that.
Not unless there was a problem with the drive gear on the starter that makes contact with the flywheel.
The flywheel can be cracked or the teeth on the flywheel can be broken or worn. Either of these conditions require the flywheel be replaced. I would also replace the starter when replacing the flywheel. This will prevent damage to the new flywheel from the worn teeth on the old starter.
The answer to the question is no. If the flywheel is ground or damaged it needs to be replaced.
It can be the starter bendix is not engaging the starter gear into the flywheel. It can also be a broken tooth on the flywheel itself. Try pushing the bike and then releasing the clutch. This will turn the engine over just enough to move the flywheel. If it then engages and starts, suspect you have a broken tooth. If that is not the case, then remove the starter and test it by applying 12 volts and see it the bendix kicks the gear out.
If you have headers put a heat shield over the starter. That is what fixed my 84 C-10 starter issues. If it is a gear alignment problem try shimming. If it is a electrical problem try the heat shield.
Could be either a defective starter drive or a broken tooth on flywheel Try turn the engine manually (large socket on crankshaft) to see if it will start- if so problem is a broken tooth - if not problem is probably a bad starter drive. (make sure vehicle is in neutral if std.)
Yes. I've a 2004 mondeo tdci and the dual mass flywheel went at 110,000 miles. It began with starter problems -sometimes working, sometimes not engaging. There was a build up of dust on the starter cog from the disintigrating flywheel. It cost about £650 to replace (including clutch) have had the same problem and had to replace the flywheel and clutch.. after 65000 miles..mechanic was not impressed with the mondeo flywheel and replaced it with a passat part
If the starter is not properly mounted then it will not properly engage and release the flywheel. The started may need to be shimmed in or out.
No. The problem lies in the starter itself. Replace the starter and the vehicle will start....
yes. a starter made for the 168 tooth flywheel would not engage a 153 tooth flywheel.
A small flywheel needs to stay with the starter that goes to it. You can use either flywheel, and the block should be drilled for either starter.
The starter is underneath the car on the passenger side. The flywheel is in the transmission bellhousing.
no this is not a computer problem.it is either a starter motor problem or the ring gear on flywheel is worn
The Bendix on the starter motor is not working properly, most likely. A fix entails the dismantling of the starter motor assembly and the work of a knowledgeable person to rebuild it. It's usually easier and cheaper to just get a rebuilt starter. The problem was not your starter! Sick of hearing that answer, but sadly I do not have the correct answer. My car was having the same issue, mainly on cold starts. I took the poor advice and replaced the stater and solenoid, that evening...Same problem! You will only need to replace your started if the real problem is not found, because it will grind off the teeth in the starter and may even destroy your flywheel! I am not a mechanic but after owning a 98 Dodge Intrepid I feel I know more than most! Again, do not replace the starter until you find the real problem or you will go thru starters like candy! BUT dont take to much time or you will be replacing the flywheel too!
bad flywheel can be caused by incorrectly adjusted clutch. in correct use od clutch,9such as riding clutch).can also be caused by a worn clutch not being replaced before it damages flywheel. one other problem with a flywjheel can be the ring gear worn or missing teeth, this is usually caused by a starter motoer being installed that does not match the flywheel properly
the starter bendix is bad or the flywheel it self has some teeth missing The Starter Bendix drive is not close enough to the flywheel. Reinstall the starter and check to see if there are shims that can be removed to place it closer.
This might help you a little bit,I have a 96 Cherokee that dose that, took it to shop still having problem your flywheel may be the problem you starter maybe in a dead spot on your flywheel(Missing a tooth)
if you put a flywheel on that was not the same as the old one then it is probably going to be done again and replaced with the correct one.
if the starter is spinning but not engaging then the bendix (starter teeth) is not moving out to grab the flywheel teeth or the flywheel has some broken teeth. The starter needs to be removed to see what the issue is.
This can be caused by a worn flywheel, or a bad starter drive. You'll need to remove the starter and look at the flywheel to see which is bad.
You might have a bad flywheel.