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Old 12-11-2010, 08:11 PM
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I just replace my tork converter and flex plate put 2qts in converter put all back together filled with fluid and it seems to take a lng time going into both drive and reverse like it's slipping then it will catch.Can some one tell me what i have done.It does it both cold and hot it did not do this before i changed these two parts.

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When you filled it did you get it up to operating temp and check the fluid level? Also while its running I would run it through each gear hesitating for a min. Just to make sure it flows everywhere its supposed to then check the level again.

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Hi BigB and 396,

Thats what I suggested in his first post for this, same thing happened to my sons car. I didn't realize how many quarts/gallons it took, 11 qts total with a tranny flush and new converter.

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Hi BigB and 396,

Thats what I suggested in his first post for this, same thing happened to my sons car. I didn't realize how many quarts/gallons it took, 11 qts total with a tranny flush and new converter.

Yep, I did the same thing when I changed my valve body I didn't pay attention to how much drained out. I was off by 3 Quarts with the same symptoms. I'm sure thats all it is. Also when I first filled it my dipstick was at the full mark until I ran it for a bit then when I checked it. It didn't even show on the stick.
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I alway's run mine through the gears several times and let it warm up,
And re-check the fluid till it's full.



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Th 350 trans

Thanks for all the replys.I did what all yall told me to do and its still doing the same thing could the pump be bad?.I put a new mod on it made sure had good vac and new filter and brought up to full on stick shifting back and forth threw all gears till it showed full i dont no what else to do im not a trans man.
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How was the trans and converter bolted back up to the engine?

Converter bolted to the flexplate first, then trans moved up to engine and bolted down?
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