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Old 03-24-2020, 10:31 AM #16
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Hmm...ok. That kind of makes sense from my limited experience.

Any "easy" adjustments that can be made or can this only be adjusted from the flexplate end of things, thus requiring the transmission to be dropped? Toyota did this, I sure as hell hope the'll back it up if an intensive tear-down is needed.
Starter replacement or full starter rebuild is your solution. There are no adjustments for the flywheel.
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Starter replacement or full starter rebuild is your solution. There are no adjustments for the flywheel.
I just replaced the starter (used OEM) and that sound was not present until after the broken flexplate was replaced. It doesn't seem reasonable that the starter went out that fast?
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I just replaced the starter (used OEM) and that sound was not present until after the broken flexplate was replaced. It doesn't seem reasonable that the starter went out that fast?
I'm assuming "used OEM" means that it was a used part. If that's the case then I'm not surprised that it's failing/failed.
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To me the only way a starter can make any noise is if the trans and engine are not aligned.

The alignment dowels if there should maintain the alignment. If not your trans can clock clockwise or counter clockwise.


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