are you sure it was flywheel ? one flywheel is all there is on a vehicle now you may have been told different size flywheel,or they have meant a double clutch, but u sure do not need and i have never seen or heard of 2 flywheels
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
Flywheel is bolted to the rear of the crank shaft and the clutch mounts to it, to connect the manual trans. to the motor.
To replace a clutch cable fork on an Escort 1.85 diesel, first lift the clutch pedal to release the adjuster mechanism. Pull the cable through and hook the clutch cable fork.
Because it was overused.
not a job for the non mechanical person first you chock wheels on vehicle next remove driveshaft disconect clutch cylander fluid line you then need to use a jack to support rear of engine remove gearbox from vehicle usually need a transmission jack to do this next u then remove clutch from flywheel on rear of engine then check flywheel for cracks as this may need replacing as well if flywheel is good, u then install new cluch, u will need an aligning tool to lign up clutch with flywheel and to support while installing bolts,be sure to tighten bolts in proper sequence now is also a good time to replace clutch slave cylander then you need to bleed the cylanders replace drive saft also a good time to check and replace U joints if needed
That is your clutch flywheel going, basically you need a whole new clutch system which is very expensive, the clicks will get more loud and more frequent
They're all like that, especially the Diesel. It's not bad when new but gets worse as the clutch wears. If it judders as well it may be contaminated or the dual-mass flywheel may be on the way out (the petrol engine has one - not just the diesel)
trying to replace the ac clutch on my f350 6.0 and the bolt up front seems to be a special one any sugestions
Can adjust a self adjusting cable
you gotta drop out the gear box and there is the clutch not typing all the details of every nut bolt and cranny lol :)
You changed clutch on 206 1.9 diesel and now you have smoke
sounds like the flywheel could be lose. does it do it all the time while driving or just shifting
P0483 radiator fan speed incorrect. You need to replace the fan clutch.
10mm nut above the clutch pedal
The timing marks on a Nissan ZD 30 diesel engine can be found on the front of the flywheel. The timing marks are scattered around the outside of the flywheel.
$500 for clutch $450-$500 to repair kaH!
There is an Allen key bolt at the top of the clutch pedal.
no the bell housing is different as is the spline for the clutch
has a hydraulic clutch should not need any adjusting. either needs bleeding or needs a clutch.
No it will not, not even close.
Zafira 2.0Ltr DTI 16V from January 2003 onwards Engine code Y20DTH Gearbox code F23 Has a dual mass flywheel fitted.
Astras usually share brake fluid with the clutch fluid resiviour
no... you don't want to mix diesel and gas engine parts if its not an exact match you can mess your engine up....