You could stretch the bolts, strip the threads out of the flywheel or break the bolts off in the flywheel.
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it don't start or run or move.
main bearing whats happens when goin out
A clutch consists of a shaft coming from the engine with a round plate mounted on it, called the 'flywheel', a disc made of some ablative material, which is connected to the transmission, a pressure plate, which squeezes the clutch disc against the flywheel, and a throw-out bearing, which is how the force to disengage the clutch is applied to the pressure plate. When a clutch goes out, the parts often come loss, and can damage other parts if the engine is kept operating for very long or at high RPMs. The most common cause of clutch failure is the ablative material of the clutch disc wears down to the point where it comes apart when it contacts the flywheel. If the vehicle is driven when this happens, it can result in the pressure plate and flywheel having to be replaced. A clutch which won't disengage, but does not slip indicates a broken throw-out bearing, which means parts thereof are flying around the clutch housing. In any case, this requires major mechanical work to repair properly.
(Assuming you have a hydrolic clutch system) When you push on the clutch pedal, you create hydrolic pressure in the master and slave cylinders, which in turn pushes on the release bearing (AKA throw-out bearing). The release bearing pushes on the fingers of the pressure plate. This takes pressure off of the clutch disc, putting the car in neutral, in a sense. Now you can change gears without damaging any of the transaxle gears. When you release the clutch, you put pressure back onto the clutch plate and pressure plate, which gives power back to the wheels if you are in 1st-5th gear, or reverse.
A bearing backlash is what happens when the bearing loses motion or clearance. This tends to be caused by gaps that cause a period of non-motion.
The pressure plate which forces the friction disc against the flywheel by means of spring plates. Pressing the clutch pedal down forces the pressure plate away from the friction disc and power transfer from engine to transmission is broken.
In severe cases when bushings are gone on both sides, loud vibration, that sounds like trans, or thowout bearing, going out, and seams to go away when you step on clutch, but is because of the torque behind the flywheel, and sounds fine in park,or neutral ...,but only happens while driving...
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It rotates the other way. Yeah, right. You CANNOT put a flywheel on backwards. It's not physically possible to mate the flywheel with the crankshaft unless it is the correct direction.
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When a mechanical bearing becomes overheated for whatever reason, the lubricating material will become less viscous, and the danger of metal-to-metal contact increases. This will lead to the failure of the bearing.
usually a clutch does not seize. what happens is that your clutch is not moving, it could be from: no fluid in line, broken fork, air in the line, damaged pressure plate. but if for some reason the clutch is seized... then you will have to replaced clutch and flywheel.
pressure will be decreased
The pressure increases.
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Very bad things... Get it fixed ASAP!
you run the risk of major bearing fatlure.
The gas pressure will be 1/3 of the initial pressure.