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IF your ****** was removed and re-installed there is a good possibility that there is a problem withe torque convertor. either it is not installed or seated properly or the weight block welded to it may have come off. Also your flex plate ( the part that your torque convertor mounts to) may be warped or bent during re-installation Hope these ideas help you out..
When you get ready to bolt the transmission back to the engine, you have to make sure that the torque convertor is seated all the way into the transmission. With the transmission and engine put together there should be about 1/2 inch between the flywheel (flexplate) and the torque convertor. It should also spin freely. If not then you might not have the convertor all the way in the trans.
Plugs are very difficult to get to on all types of mini-vans. There are a few oddly shaped tools you can purchase that you might be able to do it without rocking the motor but it is a very difficult and time consuming process either way to get to the rear plugs on any mini van. Make sure the motor is completely cool before you try to reach around the motor or exhaust but if your are small in size and don't worry about getting a few cuts and scratches, it is possible to reach all 3 plugs in the rear of the motor. It is a little less painful but much more time consuming to loosen upper motor mounts and tip it forward but alot of disconnection needs to take place. Hope this helps!
There is a simple fix... you can unplug it ( a shop can do that in about 1 minute or less.)
It has to be taken apart(transmission) to install a new module.. Unplugging it will get rid of the OVERdrive function.. meaning a little higher RPM at highway speeds.. but will be cheaper than a 1500+$$ job of removal and repair....