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How do you align the torque converter to the motor of a 2000 plymouth neon 2.0L with transmission still in the vehicle without it binding?

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The trick is to place the torque converter onto the gear box first and slide it back to the gear box. position the gear box against the engine housing and do up the bolts. Then through the inspection cover opening pull the converter up to the flex plate align the bolt holes ,insert the bolts and tension up

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    Tried this method, but it didn't work and I am pretty sure I know why now. You assistance is greatly appreciated. I will give it another try now I know I am on the right path! Thank You Very Much!!!

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How do you align the torque converter to the engine of a 2000 Plymouth Neon 2.0L when the transmission is still in the vehicle so it does not bind? I have been fighting with this for a couple days now and...


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