flywheel problem


Asked by Sep 07, 2009 at 07:19 AM about the 1964 Dodge Dart

Question type: Car Customization

I have a 3 speed auto, 2 door coupe '64 Dart with a slant six out of a '68 Dodge pickup.  My starter wheel and flywheel don't match up correctly which isn't allowing the car to start anymore.  Is that because of the bigger crankshaft of the engine or because my flywheel just needs readjusting??  Is there a website I can go to for a new flywheel/parts??

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the starter should be out of a 68 truck with a 727 tranny should still bolt right up to a 68 slant six with a 904 tranny...shouldn't matter...better check alignment of the starter into the dowell on the trans...might even be low voltage thats not letting it turn...i had a voltage regulator give me fits in my dart that had me changing batteries and starters when i should have just replaced the $12 voltage regulator

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