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Old 12-13-2003, 04:38 PM
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If you dont put enough tranny fluid in convertor when installing , will it regulate itself on startup. How does the fluid get in convertor when car is running? Thanks, Jum

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The fluid gets into the converter through the splined collar in the middle. If there isn't enough in it, it will flow in there. Just get as much in it as you can.
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Someone told me to put like 2 qtrs. Im not sure if thats right or not. I cannot remember how much i put in my Th350 convertor.
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Cool

All the converter needs is a splash of fluid.


The pump constantly refills the converter since this fluid travels from the converter to the cooler and returns to lube the tranny.
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