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Having Trouble! I've been trying to install the Transmission of my Jeep and it wont budge. I bought a new one since the one I had worked for only 4 mths. before it malfunctioned again. And I'm originally from Miami and took my Jeep with me to Houston and so now im here in Houston and i've been at it around this time last month.

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  • Richard Scordino May 11, 2010

    Well, you've said a lot and told me nothing. Is the unit auto or stick? What exactly is the problem with install?

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I am sure that it is an automatic. When you slipped the torgue converter into the front of the tranny you need to turn it until it engages the front pump. It will drop in to place about another inch. Also the front of the converter will need to be the correct size to fit into the end of the crankshaft and through the flex plate. If not it will never go in the last inch. Hope this helped you.

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