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02-12-02, 02:52 PM   #1  

I have two Nissan Sentra's both are 1988 model year.
One is automatic the other is a standard shift. Both engines are
What I'am trying to find out is if the flywheel from the standard
will fit the crank of the engine that has the automatic trannsmission.


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02-12-02, 03:14 PM   #2  
they both should bolt up to either crank, but the flywheel in the standard trans and the flexplate in the automatic are two completely different critters, you cannot replace a flexplate with a flywheel for use on the automatic....if repairing the auto trans car, you will have to get a new flexplate for it.....if you're swapping the engines from one car to the other it won't be a problem......not sure of your intentions here....

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02-12-02, 09:13 PM   #3  
Mooser is right.

Might have to go with a used one or a new one from the dealer if it's wiped out.

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