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I am swapping 6.5 turbo diesels in 94 K3500

How do I install the torque converter?

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You must rotate the converter while gently pushing in on it, sometimes you must lift up a little on it while turning it should go in in two steps you will know when it's in it will be recessed back a bit in relation to the mating surface of the bell

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VIBRATION - DRIVELINE RESONANCE/VIBRATIONBETWEEN 1400 AND 2000 RPM WITH CONVERTER
Clutch ENGAGED DURING MEDIUM TO HEAVY
THROTTLE CONDITIONS - VEHICLES WITH 7.3L DI
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^ TRANSMISSION - E40D - DRIVELINERESONANCE/VIBRATION BETWEEN 1400 AND 2000
RPM WITH CONVERTER
Clutch ENGAGED
DURING MEDIUM TO HEAVY THROTTLE
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Article 96-26-21 is being republished in its entirety as part of a consolidated 7.3L diagnostic aid booklet.
ISSUE
Some vehicles with transmissions built prior to 11/13/95 (5L13) may exhibit a driveline resonance/vibration between 1400 and 2000 RPM with the torque convertor engaged. This may be caused by the torque converter.
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Prior to torque converter replacement, refer to the following Service Procedure for details to verify conditions.
SERVICE PROCEDURE
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2. If the vibration concerns do not meet the conditions, check for non-factory installed items that could affect driveline and verify proper installation. Also refer to the appropriate Service Manual, Section 05-00 for diagnosis and testing.
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