If my flywheel was going bad what kind of noise would it make?

Tracee Valverde

Asked by Jul 27, 2015 at 11:08 PM about the 1999 Plymouth Grand Voyager

Question type: Maintenance & Repair

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Kelly Mayo

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Ok flywheels are on standard transmission vehicles and flex plates are on automatic transmission vehicles, each will make a different kind of noise, on flywheels it is usually the ring gear is what fails and you can hear that when you start the engine, making a clunk clunk clink sound every time the starter gear hits the bad spots. A flex plate tends to make a crack crack or creaking noise as the engine is running sometimes louder when in gear. HTH

Kelly Mayo

or the converter bolts are loose....flex plate..but he did say flywheel.. but could be the solenoid...

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