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Posted on Jan 02, 2017
Match everything up side by side.If both units are identical in every way there is no reason to buy anything else. Aside from matching, make sure the one you are installing has all the same electrical connections.
Posted on Apr 05, 2009
I think it can and I remember problems with the PCM in the transmission controls had recalls. First check your fluid levels and see if it is low. You may get lucky to just add fluid. You may be better off running your VIN# to see if there were recalls on your car at the dealer. Best of Luck.
Posted on Jul 21, 2009
SOURCE: torque converter for ford f-150
Torque converters are cheap, around $100 because they can easily be rebuilt. But they almost never go bad, because they only have one bearing, and it is always bathed in oil.
So why do you think you even need one?
It bolts to the drive plate, which is like a light flywheel replacement, so that the starter has a ring gear to engage. So it it not part of the transmission at all, and is between the transmission and engine. If it is leaking, it is not hard to replace the seals and bushings once you take the transmission out.
Posted on Jul 25, 2009
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