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Old 07-27-2004, 02:21 AM   #1
68 Suburban
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What are the symptoms of a Torque converter going bad?

Not on my truck, but on one of my cars I had noticed a sound that almost sounded like a rod knock, but it seemed to be coming from the trans. The car would go into gear and drive, but it had that knocking sound. Today, I was working on the engine and got it running well, but when I went to drive it, nothing. No forward, no reverse, no knocking. Any suggestions? thanks
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