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Old 04-01-2018, 10:17 PM   #10
YoungPup1977
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Originally Posted by Ironangel View Post
A mistake easily made is installing that pump gear upside down. If a shop installed the gear it's on them, if you did it consider it paid education...You'll have to pull the pump, measure the thickness of the gears and replace them as a set. No big deal actually, the key is knowing when the converter is fully engaged. The Turbo-350 should have 1-1/8" inches of clearance from bell housing to converter pads. If you have to use the bolts to suck a bell housing to the block,STOP! Sometimes a converter will disengage while raising and installing the trans. http://converter.com/images/CONVERTER%20INSTALL.pdf
A tip to note here is once you put your bolts in to the engine thru the bell housin make sure the TC turns freely. If the TC doesn’t turn most likely the TC is not engaged into the pump gears correctly.
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