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Signs of a bad flywheel include a burning smell, gear slippage and clutch vibrations. These symptoms can present themselves together or separately. More »

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A faulty fuel injector creates a number of different issues on an engine, including stalling, lower than average fuel economy, a vibrating engine, a rough idle or running too rich. Faulty injectors are tricky to diagnose... More »

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The main symptom of a bad differential is noise. The differential may make noises, such as whining, howling, clunking and bearing noises. Vibration and oil leaking from the rear differential seal may also be signs of a f... More »

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Indications that the clutch might be failing include the clutch causing a burning smell, the clutch feeling soft, problems shifting and visible damage to the clutch. It's a good idea to drive the vehicle out on the highw... More »

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Sound energy is a form of energy that is associated with the vibrations of matter. This energy is a mechanical wave, so it needs a transmission medium to pass through, such as air and water. More »

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The F-150 line of Ford pickup trucks requires 60 to 62 foot pounds of torque between the flywheel and the engine crankshaft, and either 18, 40 or 42 foot pounds for bolts connecting the clutch's pressure plate to the fly... More »

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To replace a car's clutch, lift the front hood, remove the transaxle, uninstall the old clutch disc, repair the flywheel if needed, clean the crankshaft flange, replace the flywheel, insert a new clutch disc into the car... More »

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