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cracked flexplate or bad TC?

Well this past weekend my truck started making a bad rattling sound from the transmission, it does it while in Park but once u put it in Rev it goes away, comes back in N n goes away in Drive but will slightly rattle after awhile in Drive?

My mechanic buddy says he thinks its the TC cuz it has set off the slip code once n i reset the code n never came back. or should i drop the transmission n check for a cracked flexplate an if thats not broken shove a remaned TC n see if that fixes it?

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