[DML] Re: Starting Question
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[DML] Re: Starting Question


This is a real stretch,but check to see if the flywheel was put on 
backwards,(easy enough to do,if possible)in other words,the side that 
is supposed to face the engine is facing the tranny,that would most 
likely cause your weird problems.

--- In dmcnews@xxxxxxxxxxxxxxx, stefan diklich <stefandmc@xxxx> wrote:
> Toby, 
>   Thanks for the reply, I will ask my mechanic on monday when  i 
talk to him, but if anyone else has anyideas im all ears.
> Toby Peterson <tobyp@xxxx> wrote:
>   Stefan - This is just a quick thought ... or a shot in the dark. 
> you have the starter plate (part number 101074) installed in your 
> car? If this part is missing (forgotten during past work, etc.) it 
> will alter the alignment of the starter gear relative to the 
> ring gear. This is kind of a stretch, but it jumped into my mind.
> Toby Peterson VIN 2248 "Winged1"
> DeLorean Parts Northwest, LLC
> www.delorean-parts.com
> --- In dmcnews@xxxxxxxxxxxxxxx, "stefandmc" wrote:
> >
> > This has been an ongoing problem since i bought my DMC in April. 
> Every once in a while when i go to start my car the engine makes 
> awful grinding noise, then in have to turn the key all the way back 
> the insert position and try again. To start it. Now mind you it 
> happens every onece in a while.

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