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Old 07-14-2013, 10:33 AM
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I think I killed it

So Friday night I was at trucks gone wild and I hooked chains with a few ppl and blew my front pump seal, changed it Saturday morning drove 300 miles no problem this morning I go head home and I back out, all is fine put it in drive and it acts like its in overdrive, so put it first and it gose to 2nd so I take off down the road once it gets moven I shifted into drive and it ran went into od and I could not get it to lock the converter. All it did was sit overnight and this problem came up. What do you all think I did, I'm hoping a loose wire but Mabie the tranny is done. any help please


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Old 08-06-2013, 08:17 PM
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Update turned out that it was a few wires that got broke, fixed that ran fine for about 3,000 miles then randomly my torque converter started to make a loud rattle noise when it's not in lock up and it holds first gear for about 5 seconds and if I'm towing in the city and it gets on the warmer side it will hold second and only way to get it to 3rd is to put it in nutral and back into drive. Valve body? Oh and the converter sometimes will slip for a split second if she's around 1400 and I get on it.


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