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Got my crank pulley thanks to APE :)

i already got timing on pulley and crankshafts set, but im guessing that flywhell with its two sensors must be installed certain way as well, now i cant find anything about that in my manual (so it may seems that it does not matter) but i want to be sure before I put engine back with transmission and it will came up wrong....
 

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The flywheel has a magnet. The two sensors then sense the magnet. Anyway, yes, the flywheel on a L-jet car must be installed correctly. In the photo below, the timing mark is near the '16' on the tape measure & the magnet is near the '10'.
 

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Thank you Eric,
some elbow grease revealed that mark, first i though that that magnet has to be there but your picture is most helpful.
engine is ready, now just to seal-up transmission, paint the car, and voila ;)
 

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""now just to seal-up transmission, paint the car, and voila ""

Nothing to it! Probably take about 5 minutes. I like your sense of enthusiasm. Pictures please, when you finish. Voila!

Best wishes, Robert
1988 Black Spider Veloce
 

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""now just to seal-up transmission, paint the car, and voila ""

Nothing to it! Probably take about 5 minutes. I like yor sense of enthusiasm. Pictures please, when you finish. Voila!

Best wishes, Robert
1988 Black Spider Veloce
my "enthusiasm" duration is about year so far... :) but im still there somewhere, thinkering over my lil red car ;)
 

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""now just to seal-up transmission, paint the car, and voila ""

Nothing to it! Probably take about 5 minutes. I like your sense of enthusiasm.
Kinda like my MGA. All I need to do is repair the body, replace the chassis & rebuild the drivetrain...
 

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Kinda like my MGA. All I need to do is repair the body, replace the chassis & rebuild the drivetrain...
LOL I would not put that better Eric :) you hit this one right in the head! (or whatever that expression goes)
 

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Clean, sealed, and only thing left with it to do is to replace rear mount, than ill have to fight with that pesky clutch slave cylinder (sic)
 

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btw. awesome degreaser (combustible too) and as far as i known, plastic safe -> AdvancedAutoParts Electronic Cleaner. dont even have to scrub after....
 

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two pics, first one: pressing transmission mount in
second: old tranny mount...
 

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Huh.

Looks like you got all the use out of it that you were ever gonna, don't it.
yup, and i think that leaking trasmission its what really killed it, since now that bllack rubber feels and behaves like modeling clay :|
 
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