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post #1 of 2 (permalink) Old 03-15-2014, 02:34 AM Thread Starter
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dual flywheel (maybe not Mercedes)


I hear a grinding noise when I press the clutch pedal.

I think the dual flywheel is getting out of order ( the car is a Peugeot 407HDI 2.0 liters).

I was told that a solution could be to weld the two flywheel masses. What do you think?
If welded would it create later more serious problems on the engine/ gear box?

Did someone have any experience and already done it?

Could he post some information, or to tell me where welding spots have to be, any pictures would be useful?

Thank you in advance for your advice
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It could also be the throwout bearing. If the dual flywheel is out of sync then you can get a used one or a new one. Welding it together is not the best the fix.
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