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Transmission torque converter

My chrysler voyager makes a rough noise on ignition which runs for a few minutes and then disappears. My mechanic thinks its a faulty torque converter but I dont see how. The engines engages all the gears with no problem and  as I said the noise goes away after some time. Do I need to replace the torque converter?

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  • chamangwiza Oct 02, 2008

    Yes as soon as I start the vehicle and goes away during driving. It is very loud in the morning start.


  • Anonymous Mar 13, 2014

    fluid linkage torque converter all seem o k no noise

  • Anonymous Mar 20, 2014

    I have a 2006 Subaru Outback. Mechanic thinks my Torque Converter needs replacing---it seems to "rumble" at mid-speeds. His suggestion was to have it replaced when it's time to change the timing belt, etc. because they have to drop the engine to do these items so do them all at once. Your thoughts?

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Is this noise as soon as you start the vehicle? does the noise come back while your driving at all?

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  • Jarrid Crandlemire
    Jarrid Crandlemire Oct 02, 2008

    from the sound of it you definitly need to replace the torque converter...which can be costly.......

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