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Topic Review (Newest First)
05-10-2012 09:58 AM
adantessr Sounds to me like something restricting the oil flow to the first speed clutch pack. JMHO
05-10-2012 09:23 AM

The clunk COULD be the converter unlocking..........
05-09-2012 10:05 AM
Transmission Clunk Noise on Stop

I'm currently having a minor issue with a TH-350 behind my 355cid, the transmission is a TCI SUPER STREETFIGHTER (Brand new, 40miles) with a 2800 stall, when i come to a complete stop I here a clunk in the transmission, almost like its disengaging from gear or something, but when i take off again its perfectly fine, no clunk.

also when i first start the car up and put it in drive, I have to rev it up a little bit to get it to engage in drive, and you hear the clunk again when it engages then I'm off and good.

any ideas?

Thanks Guys!

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