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When changing out motor 2.8 with another 2.8 using the same flywheel needing to know how to take remove from old motor to new motor

Wanting to how to reassemble from old 2.8 to the new 2.8 flywheels?

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Posted on Jan 02, 2017

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SOURCE: Flywheel area, possibly transmission

the noise might be from a loose bendix on the starter,
the bendix is a little gear in fron of the starter see if there is any visual point to see it nad make sure it keeps away from the flywheel if not have the starter repalced, this bendix have a spring to keep it away from the flywheel also with a flash ligh try to see the closes you can to the center of flywheel sometimes they get crack where they atached to the engine,
and on the shifting might be a bad transmission or the shifter has to be inspected for your mechanic

Posted on May 31, 2008

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SOURCE: Removing starter from S10 blazer

I just pulled my starter out too. I had to remove two bolts that held in a bracing rod preventing the starter from coming out.

Posted on Aug 09, 2008

tripletauto

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SOURCE: 1984 s10 2.8 manual trans. flywheel causes engine to vibrate

no should be same engine. check your engine mounts and tranny mount. how bad a vibration? sometimes after installing engine the trans gets shifted around and if mount was worn it will allow it to hit crossmeber and vibrate.

Posted on Jan 16, 2009

dennymulford

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SOURCE: changed engine,starter hitting flywheel

did you put the shims back in the starter?

Posted on Apr 22, 2009

Molson02536

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SOURCE: How hard is it to change the flywheel on a 1995 Lumina 3.1 engine

You have to drop the transmission to change the fly wheel, if you are going to change the fly wheel. Take it to a transmission shop since there more experianced to removing and installing transmissions.
 But before you go all through that problem, check the starter teeth. The fly wheel is a harder metal then the starter teeth and most of the time it's going to be your starter teeth that has the problem.
There are place that rebuilt starters which would save you some money, just look in your local yellow pages or internet. 
Good luck and hope this helps.

Posted on Apr 23, 2009

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