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Old 03-20-2008, 08:28 AM
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Help...Bad Torque Converter

I need some help on making a buy or not on a 1999 Ford F250 LariatXL/Super cab/XLT..7.3L...127K miles...I was told it has a bad Torque Converter...but driveable...going to look at it Friday..the dealership stated it would be about $2500 to fix and would raise the selling price if done in house...question...what caused it to fail..if anything else could go wrong..with the failure...new at this..buying a Diesel power...can anyone help me...on buying or not..or look for another Ford Diesel power truck...
thanks, for the support and help...
KEVINAM
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I would have a mechanic you trust due a thorough inspection of it. And then make a decision from there.
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I HAVE A 2000 F350 XLT AND THETRUCK MAD ALOUD NOISE UNDER THE TRUCK I THOUGHT IT WAS THE T/C BUT IT IS A BROKEN FLYWHEEL. IT COULD BE ONE OR THE OTHER. WHILE I HAD MINE OUT I INSTALLED A BILLET T/C AND A FLYWHEEL TOTAL JOB TAX AND ALL WAS $1,000
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