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Torque converter I can't seem to get the torque converter to go back on where it is supposed to be what is wrong?

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There is a slotted drive on a shaft in the torque converter that has to fit the corresponding part in the front of the gear box. Turn the shaft until the 2 line up and it will slide on

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