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Hi all,
While checking for chafing on my wires because of some fault codes I got (41, 44), I noticed a small 1/2" by 1/4" hole on the lower part of the flywheel cover where it touches the large rubber air hose. I suppose years of vibrations caused this. I have temporarily duct taped the hole and plan to silicone glue it shut. Does anyone have any idea what damage this could have done to my flywheel and stator and all the rest of it? The engine does sound a little rough, almost like some loose metal part is vibrating when running. But that might just be something else. Should I open the flywheel cover to check? Never done this before and seems like a big job with tons of stuff to remove and shift out of the way first. (I'm in New Zealand where it is the dry season right now so I'm pretty sure the thing is dry and I haven't washed my Ranger for a while.)
Thanks heaps
 
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