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Old 08-10-2005, 03:42 PM   #1
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Lining up torque converter with flywheel for bolt install

Having a problem lining up the torque converter with the flywheel to install the torque converter bolts. It almost seems like they are turning together. I can't seem to find the holes on the converter itself. Anyone have any tips or tricks they can share with me?

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I think through search the vast emptiness about toyota transmissions on the internet that the torque converter was not fully seated when the tranny was bolted up. I have to drop the tranny and seat it and then throw up in there again. Sweet. Thanks Mr. Murphy.
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there should be space between the flexplate, and torque converter when the trans is bolted up, sounds like its not engaged all the way into the pump, good luck
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there should be space between the flexplate, and torque converter when the trans is bolted up, sounds like its not engaged all the way into the pump, good luck
Yep. Reseated it and slid in no problem. Running good now. Thanks.
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