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So my car has been making some high pitched squealy sounds when I start it lately. It's a 1998 Chevrolet Cavalier.
I just took it in to get the starter checked and... I was told I have a chewed up flywheel, missing some teeth. I was quoted $1400 for a new flywheel, starter, and flush the shit out of the transmission. Apparently if I don't get yet another new starter the mechanic says the new flywheel will just get chewed up again, not sure if I believe that.
Well that starter is pretty new, just got it put in less than a year ago. I don't really see why they should have to pull the transmission and put in a new starter, though really my knowledge of cars is limited.
What do you guys think?
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