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^^ Like this guy said, it could be a number of things.
How's the torque converter look? It's not ballooned or anything?
Are we sure the bellhousing bolts are tight, the dowels are in place in the block?
A large contributing factor is misalignment, especially if someone's done a trans rebuild/engine replacement and missed putting a dowel back in.
Also, ensuring the correct flexplate is used is important. If the wrong flex plate was put in the truck the first replacement, the subsequent warranty replacements would also be wrong as the warranty is based off the part number from the last invoice.
Clear as mud? LOL.
Drop me a PM with the VIN in it, and I can pull OASIS and see if it had any warranty engine/trans removals before that first flywheel incident.
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2008 F-350 4x4 Off Road 6.4 Powerstroke Diesel
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