The Flywheel is responsible for making the car start. Located on the engine crankshaft, it spins during ignition, which rotates the crankshaft. After this combustion cycle, when all the engine parts are moving on their own, the flywheel plays another important role: it makes a connection between your transmission and your engine, and is responsible for sending the torque of the engine to the wheels. Without a flywheel, your vehicle will stall, and it will not be able to accelerate.
Flywheels are fairly durable, but daily driving does take its toll on them. The teeth along the disk will start to erode away, or cracks may appear.
Flywheels can be easily replaced, and they are relatively inexpensive. They come in different sizes, depending on what make and model they are made for. So make sure to use our search and filter feature to find out what flywheel is best for your vehicle when looking to buy or replace it.
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