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There are few parts on your Chevrolet Camaro that are part of your manual transmission and starting system, but the most vital is your flywheel. This is mounted to the back of the crankshaft, and sends the rotation of the engine to the transmission via your clutch assembly. There is also a large gear around the edge of the flywheel with dozens of teeth that gives the starter something to rotate when you turn the key in your ignition. Without a functioning Chevrolet Camaro flywheel, you wouldn't be able to start or drive your vehicle.
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Vehicles with manual transmissions have a flywheel. The Flywheel is where the clutch assembly is mounted. It provides a smooth friction surface for the clutch disk. Flywheels also have teeth for the starter. Flywheels can crack, break, or break starter teeth. Once a damaged flywheel is diagnosed, a new replacement is the best route to go. ATP flywheels provide fit and function just like the original part to ensure durability and long life.