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Old 08-18-2009, 10:39 PM
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1994 4l60e no forward or reverse

Ok i have a 1994 chevy s10 that the transmission recently went out(4l60e) easy fix right or at least i thought so. replaced it with a junkyard match. come to find when instaling that there is a gap between the torque converter and the flywheel about 3/4" so i shim it best i can trying to keep it balanced get it all put back together and no forward or reverse and no pressure out the lines so i find another trans that i know works with 80,000 on it go through the install again still have the gap and still no forward or reverse and still no pressure. i need help asap another set of eyes/brain always is good to have when your in the shop

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Old 08-19-2009, 05:40 AM
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Are you sure about that gap being 3/4"?
That sounds crazy.(to me anyway)
Did you change the torque convertor?
Is the snout screwed up in any way allowing it to go in further?
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Old 08-19-2009, 05:54 AM
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Ok i have a 1994 chevy s10 that the transmission recently went out(4l60e) easy fix right or at least i thought so. replaced it with a junkyard match. come to find when instaling that there is a gap between the torque converter and the flywheel about 3/4" so i shim it best i can trying to keep it balanced get it all put back together and no forward or reverse and no pressure out the lines so i find another trans that i know works with 80,000 on it go through the install again still have the gap and still no forward or reverse and still no pressure. i need help asap another set of eyes/brain always is good to have when your in the shop
when you did the removal, did you unbolt the converter from the engine?
if not, odds are that youve broken the pump on both of those trans during installation.
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no the converter is stock to the trans and it was not removed from the trans it was however siting on the converter with the weight of the trans on top of it (vertical) when i bought it
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heres a thought, are the raised edges of the flexplate (where the holes are where the conveter bolts up) away from the converter? @ 3/4 of an inch, i have a feeling the flexplate is on backwards, and when your bolting up the converter, its probably out too far from the pump, and not pumping any fluid.
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